Samsung Galaxy S9, Galaxy S9+ Reportedly Get Second One UI Beta Update; Galaxy Note 9 Users Now Able to Sign Up

Samsung Galaxy S9, Galaxy S9+ Reportedly Get Second One UI Beta Update; Galaxy Note 9 Users Now Able to Sign Up

Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ users have had the chance to get on the Samsung One UI with the Android Pie beta, but now Note 9 users may register to get involved in this testing period. The download is not yet available, but the enrollment process is currently open to US users. 

This is excellent news particularly for owners of unlocked Samsung Galaxy Note 9 devices, which, as noted by XDA developers, will allow you to possibly get hands-on with this huge UI overhaul. 

Although Samsung has not yet officially declared this beta program to its Galaxy Notice 9, a few users have already been able to register to the beta through the hottest Samsung+ program. 

Samsung this month unveiled its newest One UI cellular user interface to succeed the preceding Samsung Experience UI on its smartphones starting off using the flagship models. After releasing the first-ever One UI beta upgrade for your Samsung Galaxy S9 Rs. 46,900 and Galaxy S9+ Rs. 53,200 about a few months ago, the Korean maker has gone ahead and introduced the second beta that accompanies particular bug fixes and enhancements. The company is also now allowing some Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Rs. 61,900 users in the US to subscribe to a single UI beta update. 

An account by Sammobile claims that the next beta update for the Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ is currently rolling out with build number G960FXXU2ZRKL; no nations are given from the rollout. The update reportedly has a file size of about 700MB and keeps the November 2018 security patch in the first beta release. Apart from that, this beta update brings advancement in the selfie camera performance and betters total stability and safety of this handset.  It is based on top of Android 9.0 Pie. However, some users have reported issues using cellular data on the next beta. 

Separately, a report by XDA Developers cites particular forum members to say that Samsung is currently letting unlocked Galaxy Notice 9 users in the united states subscribe to the One UI beta. This is seemingly showing up once you download the hottest Samsung+ APK (version beta). Apart from unlocked units, Galaxy Note 9 users Sprint and Verizon networks are also getting the sign-up page. 

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