Samsung released the One UI beta program initially only on selected markets . However, already during the SDC 2018 conference , it was said that over time, the Android Pie system for smartphones Galaxy S9 will be available in other European countries. That’s what happened. Today, with the release of the second beta, the number of countries where software can be tested has been increased.
One UI beta program with Android Pie – this is how you save
One UI beta program is available from the Samsung Members application. If you have an unlocked version of the Galaxy S9 or S9 + smartphone, then you must run the mentioned application. There, in the Announcements tab, you will find information about the pilot program and you will also be able to subscribe to it. Then you will only have to download the Android Pie beta for your own device. The upgrade weighs approximately 1.7 GB. Below you can see the list of changes.
Samsung Galaxy S9 will get the final version of the Android Pie system from One UI only next year. Koreans believe that they will start to provide finite software from January 2019. It remains to believe that the process will proceed quickly and efficiently. For more advanced users, the mentioned One UI beta program was launched. Today tests have also been launched on the Note 9 model .
Samsung Galaxy S9 – specifications
- 5.8 “or 6.2” Super AMOLED screen with QHD + resolution (1440 x 2960 pixels)
- Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor or the new Exynos 9810
- 4 or 6 GB RAM memory type LPDDR4
- 64, 128 or 256 GB of UFS 2.1 flash memory for data
- MicroSD memory card reader with a capacity of up to 400 GB
- webcam 8 Mpix f / 1.7 for video calls with autofocus
- 12 Mpix camera with OIS and light f / 1.5-f / 2.4 (+ additional 12 megapixels f / 2.4 in Plus)
- battery with a capacity of 3000/3500 mAh
- Wi-Fi 802.11ac
- Bluetooth 5.0
- LTE modem cat. 18 (up to 1.2 Gbps)
- dual SIM (optional)
- USB C connector
- fingerprint reader
- iris scanner
- Android 8.0 Oreo