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Hi. I am in charge of Galaxy S.
As everyone knows, if there are many changes, such as OS upgrades and One UI version updates, system memory usage will increase.
The system memory partition is determined based on the optimized conditions in consideration of future OS upgrade plans and update versions (error correction and security patch application, etc.), user available memory, etc., even if the AP chipsets are the same, memory is available depending on the release time. Because the space can be different, the function with relatively large memory usage may be determined depending on the memory situation of each terminal.
Of course, when applying new functions, the characteristics and performance of each chipset are also important criteria.
Currently, we are considering whether One UI 2.1 application and related new functions can be applied to S9 / N9 terminals.
In order to provide a new experience for as many users as possible, we have been reviewing devices that can be applied with One UI 2.1 spread among devices when released before the launch of the S20, but please understand that we are responding carefully because we cannot answer with will.
We deeply apologize for the lack of communication on the One UI 2.1 inquiry.
We will do our best to deliver positive news.
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