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

Ceria Alfonso
Diciembre 5, 2018

As promised Samsung had rolled out to the Galaxy Note 9 users first, however, it is now being rolled out in "beta" to the Note 9 users.

We learned and relayed all the information we could on the new One UI from Samsung as well as the details on features that'll come to all hero Samsung Galaxy phones.

When they've been accepted to the program, updating to Android 9 Pie on the Galaxy Note 9 is fairly straightforward.

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To register for the One UI beta on a Note 9, open the Samsung+ app and tap on the banner advertising the beta program.

As of today, Samsung has opened registrations and has begun pushing the beta firmware OTA for the Samsung Galaxy Note9 in India and Germany, as well as finally began pushing the OTA to those who registered on the Samsung + app in the United States. Inside the app, there'll (hopefully) be a big notice that says they're invited to the Note 9 beta software program. This allows users to reach those parts of the UI very easily which were earlier on the topmost edge of the screen hence making it more easy for one-handed use. Meaning at some point Samsung will stop the registration process, preventing new users from joining.

Samsung is expected to officially release the One UI update to S9, S9 Plus and Note 9 users starting in January. Now is the time to consider selling your current one before market prices drop or plan to participate in a trade-in program. Let us know what you think of it in the comments!

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