Samsung Galaxy Note 9 One UI Android Pie Update Released for India

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The new firmware for Samsung Galaxy Note 9 brings the security patches of November and of course the One UI interface.

Samsung Note 9 One UI Beta Program registration began last week in the U.S., however, India and Germany have just recently received the news. "The program is available for participants in China, France, Germany, India, Poland, South Korea, Spain, UK, and USA", Samsung says.

Believe it or not, AT&T customers can pay a one-time upfront fee of just $254.99 (down from a $654.99 list price) to own an aging but enduringly respectable Samsung Galaxy S8 with a 5.8-inch Super AMOLED "Infinity" screen, Snapdragon 835 processor, 4GB RAM, and 64GB internal storage space.

Samsung's Galaxy Android Pie update was officially scheduled for a roll-out in early 2019. Today, after much wait, Samsung has announced the Samsung Note 9 One UI Beta program.

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This programme allows users to experience the new features of the One UI that includes the latest User Experience (UX) that is based on Google's latest Android 9.0 Pie software.

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 owners who want to try out One UI beta need to enroll their devices into the company's beta program. It will take an hour to update.

While registering doesn't guarantee users in these countries an immediate download, users will receive a firmware software update (once approved) as part of the firmware build N960FXXU2ZRKQ. That beta has apparently expanded to United States unlocked Note 9 devices. Yay.

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