Android Pie with One UI for Galaxy S9. Samsung launches beta tests

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Samsung announced an update to the Android Pie system with the One UI overlay during the SDC 2018 conference . Now, as announced, the pilot program has been launched and the beta version has been made available to Galaxy S9 users from South Korea. The software will also be able to be tested by smartphone owners from the United States and Germany. The availability will be increased over time.

We are watching the Android version of the UI for the Galaxy S9 weighs over 1.6 GB. The upgrade introduces the firmware ending with the ZRK9 character string. In addition, Samsung has a November security update . Over time, the pilot program will be expanded.

Samsung Galaxy S9 pilot program Android Pie beta with One UI

Samsung will extend the beta program of the Android Pie from One UI for Galaxy S9 to new markets

During the SDC 2018 conference, Samsung announced that initially Android Phone with One UI beta for Galaxy S9 will be available only to phone users from three countries. However, over time the availability of the pilot program will be extended to new markets. Koreans spoke about countries from Asia and Europe. This means that it is possible to participate in Poland.

Unfortunately, owners of Samsung Galaxy S9 smartphones for a stable release of the Android Pie system from One UI will wait a bit longer. At least until the beginning of 2019. The final version of the new software will be available only from January. We know that it will also hit the S8 and Note 8 models 

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