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 program is available for participants in China, France, Germany, India, Poland, South Korea, Spain, UK, and USA", Samsung says.More news: UK's BT Group cuts Huawei out of wireless networks
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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. 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. In addition to doling out Android 9 Pie, it's readying a final build of its recently announced One UI, which the company says "helps you focus on what really matters most". It will take an hour to update. Registering doesn't guarantee you an immediate download, but should you receive the update, it'll come as part of the firmware build N960FXXU2ZRKQ. If you want an early taste at all of this, you will need to act quickly and register for the beta on the Samsung Members app. The newer UI is drastically different from Samsung's usual Android skin and it improves upon numerous lacking features.