After rolling out Android 9.0 beta on the Galaxy S9 and S9+ in the US and South Korea, the new software version arrives on Galaxy Note9 as well. The update brings along with it Samsung’s new One UI as part of the deal. The new beta version is available in India, US, and Germany.
The company is now pushing the beta firmware OTA for the Samsung Galaxy Note9 in India and Germany. Also, for the customers in the US, they can register on the Samsung + app in the United States.
The update in Germany weighs at around 1,532 MB, and for the US it weighs about 1,681 MB. People in India and Germany can sign up in the Samsung Members app to register in the Android One Beta program. You need to act fast as Samsung only allows a certain number of participants in its beta programs. For people in the US, the beta program is available for the Unlocked versions of the Galaxy Note9 only.
Note that the new update now offers the Samsung Dex experience free from the dock. You can use the Dex station with any USB-C to HDMI adapter. Another neat change is that you can tune the camera’s color rendering to your liking.
Also, there exists a support for Unicode 11.0 emojis, new clock styles, general UI changes to aesthetic, Samsung DeX gets dual-display support, and of most of Samsung’s stock apps get a new look.
The update will soon roll out to the European markets also. Have you installed the new update? Give us your opinions in the comments section below.