Android 9.0 (Pie) Beta Update Released for the Infinix Note 5

Infinix Note 5 Android 9.0 Pie updates

Infinix mobility has officially released Android 9.0 (Pie) Beta edition to owners of the Infinix Note 5 series. OK, let get it straight, this update is not for all Infinix Note 5 owners, it is only for a selected few who applied for the Android 9.0 Pie better program few weeks back. So if you did not apply, or perhaps, was not selected as a beta tester, then, you might need to wait until the stable version of the OS is released. You can also read this article to know if your Infinix smartphone will get Android 9.0 or not.

Highlights of Android 9.0 Pie for Infinix Note 5

The software upgrade – Android 9.0 Pie (V3.39A), comes with several features from Android 9.0 Pie and general OS optimizations, including Nov. 2018 Google security patches. Some highlights of the new updates on the Infinix Note 5 includes:

  • New system navigation, settings menu and notifications.
  • Adaptive Battery power prioritisation for users’ most commonly used apps or services
  • Adaptive and optimized brightness levels
  • Predictive application actions
  • Google security patch 2018-11

Infinix Note 5 Android 9.0 Pie updates

The software upgrade itself is about 1.3GB, hence owners are advise to use Wi-Fi wherever possible. However, if you so wish to use data, which might be the case of may, do ensure that you have a stable connection, and your battery is fully charged.

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Pls i need a link to download the security patches of android 9 pie on my infinix note 5 stylus


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