The much anticipated Samsung’s One UI has been released to the Galaxy Note 9 users in India. Earlier, at SDC 2018, Samsung has showcased the wholly over-hauled design of its current Experience Program. This design novelty was to accumulate more content on Samsung’s bigger display screens and to interact with the display more efficiently. To begin with, the Korean giant has claimed that it would be rolling out to their Samsung Galaxy S9 and Note 9 devices.
As promised Samsung had rolled out to the Galaxy Note 9 users first, however, it is currently being rolled out in ‘beta’ to the Note 9 users. Samsung has opened up registrations for the users via Samsung Members app, where you can head into Notices section to register into the One UI Beta Program on your Note 9 device.
Once you’re in the Notices section – there’s a banner that showcases registration options with which you can apply to the Galaxy Beta Programme.
This programme allows users to experience the new features of the One UI that includes the latest User Experience (UX) that is based on Google’s latest Android 9.0 Pie software. Since its a beta version, it is known to have errors and flaws, which a user can report through submitting feedback.
Do note that, to get into the One UI programme, users need to be on the latest Android 8.1.0 on your Galaxy Note 9 device and follow the process accordingly via Samsung Members app.
As stated, One UI is entirely a design overhaul to the Samsung’s interface, which brings users new features that include – interactive messaging, notes and photos app, new navigation gestures, dark mode and more interactive cards like interface and more. Stay tuned to PhoneRadar to get more updates!