Although many users hoped that the third update will be the final beta before the full version of Android Pie is released for Galaxy Note 9, it looks like Samsung wanted to address some key issues that were affecting the beta testers, including the touchscreen issues.
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For the people running a beta version of the operating system the update consists of very few changes and has a file size of 95MB. Other users who are using Android Oreo will have to install a much larger file that will probably count in 1 to 1.5GB. Some issues came along with the previous updates, touch related ones, for example, so the fourth one comes as a fix for all the bugs that bother the users. Further, Samsung has tweaked the brightness of faces in different lighting conditions with a bump in the day/night accuracy and better HDR control.
Samsung, given its presence in almost all corners of the globe, has varying update roadmaps for its product lineups. Both the LG V40 ThinQ and a year ago are LG G6 are relied upon to get minor bug settling updates within this time period, however Android Pie should pause.
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ZDNet has reached out to Samsung to confirm the updated release schedule and will update this post when we hear back.
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