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  # 2255815 11-Jun-2019 10:26
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Is VoLTE any different to the wifi calling we have now?

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  # 2255858 11-Jun-2019 10:39
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landcruiserguy: Is VoLTE any different to the wifi calling we have now?


It's very different just the name alone tells you the difference

VoLTE stands for Voice over LTE aka 4G

 
 
 
 


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  # 2256114 11-Jun-2019 15:02
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Linux:
landcruiserguy: Is VoLTE any different to the wifi calling we have now?


It's very different just the name alone tells you the difference

VoLTE stands for Voice over LTE aka 4G


Now that i think harder about it that makes perfect sense.

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  # 2260511 18-Jun-2019 21:02
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Security patch May 1st is out (Spark)

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  # 2260526 18-Jun-2019 21:20
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obsshn: Security patch May 1st is out (Spark)

 

I'm with Spark and I got the May 1st security patch on June 6th. I ran a manual check for updates that day for the first time in a week or so, so it may have even been available before then.


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  # 2262048 21-Jun-2019 15:53
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https://www.gsmarena.com/samsung_begins_rolling_out_night_mode_for_galaxy_note9_with_latest_software_update-news-37609.php

 

 

A week after the Galaxy S9 and S9+ received their dedicated Night mode, the Galaxy Note9 is getting the same treatment. The new firmware version N960FXXU3CSF9 has already begun rolling out to Galaxy Note9 units in Germany and weighs in at 704MB.

 

The main improvements with the new patch are in the camera department where users will be able to capture more detailed shots in low light scenarios with less noise compared to the existing scene optimizer. Another welcome addition is a built-in QR-code scanner available directly in the camera app.

 

 

Nice to know we are still getting new features after 10 months. How much of an improvement it actually makes, that will be interesting to see. The S10 Night mode seems to take half-decent photos.




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  # 2262062 21-Jun-2019 16:04
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I have really enjoyed my note 9. Been the best. Note 10 is being revealed mid august though and il be upgrading and giving my momma my note 9.

 
 
 
 


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  # 2262113 21-Jun-2019 18:06
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DANOFDANGER: I have really enjoyed my note 9. Been the best. Note 10 is being revealed mid august though and il be upgrading and giving my momma my note 9.


Well, someone is going to be the favourite son.

It has been a really great phone, and convinced me that for Samsung's foibles, their phones are probably the best combination of hardware and software experience in the Android sphere. But certainly I feel like I got the premium product I paid a premium price for.

In saying that, after using an s10, I think I would probably be happy with an s series phone. I like the form factor better and, predictably, don't really use the pen enough to justify it. Only really as a remote for taking photos and when I force myself to take the occasional note.



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  # 2262116 21-Jun-2019 18:16
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Im just too damn lazy to sell it. I gave my old man my note 8 before this.


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  # 2275050 12-Jul-2019 09:15
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OTA June security update for 2degrees this morning. It is a chunky-monkey, looks like it includes the night mode update as well.

 

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@Linux, still no VoLTE options though


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