Samsung some months ago had started accepting registrations for the Galaxy Note 9 One UI Android Pie Beta program in the US. As of today, the company has started rolling out the update to some of the users in the US who are rocking the Note 9.
The beta is slowly moving towards Germany and India and will be made available to every device in the following weeks. Although, the T-mobile series of Note 9 has not yet received any updates for the same.
The registration process can be completed via the Samsung Members app since the seats are limited we suggest you hurry up if you want in on the beta programme.
Samsung is not known for running beta tests before their initial launch since they didn’t try one with the Note 8 last year too. As per Sammobile, Samsung will be rolling out firmware version N960FXXU2ZRKQ for the Galaxy Note 9. It consists of the November 2018 security patch and we covered that a week or two ago on OneTechStop. The open beta test as of now is available via the members’ app in Germany, India and the United States. The update features all the Android 9.0 Pie features which will be included in the aforementioned firmware.
The update will eventually reach to every user by the end of 2018 till then stay tuned to OneTechStop for more news related to the Galaxy Note 9.
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