Samsung is prepping a software update for its Galaxy Note 9 and a few other high-end handsets, though what it has in the works is more than just a new build of Android. According to some XDA users, the latest version of the Samsung+ app lets Note 9 users register for the beta as well.
Last month, at its developer conference in San Francisco, Samsung announced Android Pie beta program for many of its smartphones, including flagship devices. "The program is available for participants in China, France, Germany, India, Poland, South Korea, Spain, UK, and USA", Samsung says. It contains Android 9.0 Pie as well as the new One UI. If you want to have the best experience then wait till January next year when Samsung Note 9 One UI Beta will officially be released.More news: Travis Scott Denies Cheating On Kylie Jenner: 'Try Again,' Trolls
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While registering doesn't guarantee users in these countries an immediate download, users will receive a firmware software update (once approved) as part of the firmware build N960FXXU2ZRKQ. In short, Samsung is developing One UI as a simplified way of using your phone with Android 9.0 Pie (or later). That beta has apparently expanded to United States unlocked Note 9 devices. Yay.
The new beta brings support for Unicode 11.0 emojis, new clock styles, general UI changes to aesthetic, Samsung DeX gets dual-display support, and of most of Samsungs stock apps get a new look.