The South Korean giant – Samsung has announced that its Galaxy Note 9, Galaxy S9 along with Galaxy S9+ smartphone will be receiving the Android 9 Pie operating system in January next year mostly after the launch of its next flagship Galaxy S10. The Beta testing for the Android 9 Pie will also be open from November 2018. At the Samsung Developer Conference 2018 (SDC), the company has made many announcements about its upcoming smartphones and also the features of them.
Currently the Galaxy Note 9 and Galaxy S9 series of smartphones will run on Android 8.1 Oreo-based Samsung Experience UX and with the release of the Android 9 Pie OS, Samsung will release its new One UI based operating system that will be improving the overall experience for the user of the flagship smartphone to a big extent. Moreover, it is also announced that One UI beta testing will also be available in US, Germany, and South Korea by late November 2018 as the first phase rollout.
The second phase will be stating in December 2018 that includes India, China, France, Poland, Spain, and the United Kingdom. Well, to sign up for being a beta tester, you need to go to the Google Play store or Galaxy App from Samsungs own App Store and download the app Samsung Members and sign-in to the application using the companies account. Now you have to select the One UI Beta Program Registration and submit the application.
Once the user signs ups for the beta testing programme, they have to update the smartphone that will be enabling the device to flash beta ROMS manually from the setting menu. Nothing is mentioned about the latest Android 9.0 Pie based One UI OS for the devices other than flagship smartphones has not been discussed which should be announced soon. Are you going to be a beta tester? Comment in the section below and stay tuned to PhoneRadar for more.