Samsung pushing out Galaxy Note9 Android Pie-based One UI

Alfred Osborne
December 6, 2018

Samsung rolls out the beta program in phases, so if you have not received it yet, its fine. 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.

The report states that other regions will soon get Android Pie based One UI beta for the Galaxy Note 9.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Android Pie beta was supposed to launch last week, although registrations were opened, the software was not released, it has now been made available.

Samsung Note 9 One UI Beta
Samsung One UI Beta for Note 9 registration open

That's all there is to it! Registering doesn't guarantee you an immediate download, but should you receive the update, it'll come as part of the firmware build N960FXXU2ZRKQ. However, it's trying to turn things around with One UI. In short, Samsung is developing One UI as a simplified way of using your phone with Android 9.0 Pie (or later). You will need the N960U1 hardware variant in order to sign up, and it shouldn't matter what SIM card you have in the phone. If you want to pay full price up front for the handset of your choice or activate it on T-Mobile, you won't be able to take advantage of the sale.

You can see more about One UI in the video embedded above, starting at around the 1:04:27 mark.

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