You may already know that Samsung is seeking to completely overhaul its UI for its Flagship Galaxy smartphones. A few weeks ago, the Samsung Galaxy S9, in select regions, received the One UI Beta update which enabled users to try out Samsung’s upcoming UI that is centered around Android Pie. The newer UI is drastically different from Samsung’s usual Android skin and it improves upon many of the lacking features. Today, after much wait, Samsung has announced the Samsung Note 9 One UI Beta program. The only catch is that the program is only available for those living in Germany and India for now.
Register For Samsung Note 9 One UI Beta Program (Android Pie)
Samsung Note 9 One UI Beta Program registration began last week in the US, however, India and Germany have just recently received the news.
This particular build has a firmware version N960FXXU2ZRKQ, featuring the November 2018 security patch as well. The highlight of the build is, of course, the bump up to Android 9 Pie as well as Samsung’s One UI.
How to Register?
Registration is pretty straightforward as long as you belong to the designated region. First off, download the Samsung Members app from here. Register an account and follow the onscreen instructions. That’s it. However, beware that it is not guaranteed that you will receive the beta update as spots are limited.
Also, keep in mind that this is indeed a beta UI so it will not be the most stable experience. 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.
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