Samsung is now rolling out the Android Pie beta 2.0 on the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ phones in South Korea. Well, the new update will quash some minor bugs and brings some improvements to the front shooter. We expect Samsung to push more Beta’s before the final update to arrive in January. We are running on the present beta with new One UI, and it still needs a ton of minor improvements.
The changelog reads that Samsung is working to squash the bugs on the front camera, and to improve the camera experience in of recognizing faces in backlit conditions. Also, the update regards with fixing the overall software stability improvements. The update weighs 700MB and brings the November security patch to the handset as well.
We expect the Note9 and the last generation Galaxy smartphones to get the beta update soon. Till then, wait for sometime, as Samsung is really working hard to bring the update as soon as possible.