Galaxy Note 9 One UI (Pie) beta has been released

Samsung One UI

Galaxy Note 9 One UI (Pie) beta has been released

Samsung Note 9 One UI Beta Program registration began last week in the United States, however, India and Germany have just recently received the news.

It's not clear when or if the Samsung One UI beta will come to Australia, and we will be seeking further news from Samsung Australia about the beta program being available here, but it is highly doubtful.

Samsung's Android Pie based One UI beta software features the firmware version number N960FXXU2ZRKQ and is really for registrations in India now. To begin with, the Korean giant has claimed that it would be rolling out to their Samsung Galaxy S9 and Note 9 devices. Just like other tech giants, Samsung has also released Beta program for its users who can't wait till January. For those in India and Germany, youll need to sign up in the Samsung Members app as soon as possible since Samsung only allows a certain number of participants in its beta programs.

After getting your devices updates with Android Pie Beta, you will see some OTA update. At the event, the chaebol also detailed One UI, a brand new custom user interface overlay that'll complement the latest version of Android, when it officially arrives next year.

Once you have registered you will need to download the software manually and it comes in at around 1700MB in size.

There's a big list of changes with this new update.

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