Galaxy Note 9 Now Getting Samsung One UI Beta, Here’s How to Get It

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Galaxy Note 9 Now Getting Samsung One UI Beta, Here’s How to Get It
Highlights
  • One UI succeeds Experience UI and is based on Android 9
  • Galaxy Note 9 users in India can now take part in the beta program
  • One UI is slated to officially roll out in January 2019

Samsung's One UI is the next big transition of the company's custom Android skin, with a big focus on ‘reachability.' This skin is based on Android 9 Pie and beta testing for the same has already begun for the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ users. The company has now officially added the Galaxy Note 9 to the roster too and apart from the US, Germany and India are two more countries that have been reportedly confirmed to be part of the this beta test.

A new report from SamMobile states that a new firmware called N960FXXU2ZRKQ is rolling out to the Galaxy Note 9 (provided you've signed up for the beta program), which features the November 2018 security patch and the brand new One UI that's based on Android 9 Pie.

If you're in India and you own a Galaxy Note 9 (Review), then download the Samsung Members app from the Play Store and you should see a banner which states registrations are open for the One UI beta program. You'll need to be signed in with a Samsung account to register yourself. Once done, simply head to the ‘System Updates' section in the Settings app and refresh it. You should immediately get an update around 1.5GB, which should start downloading automatically.

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Samsung's One UI beta based on Android 9 Pie is currently rolling out to Galaxy Note 9 users in India

 

There's a big list of changes with this new update. Some of the notable once include the ability to reply to messages directly from the notification panel, new Unicode 11.0 emojis for the Samsung keyboard, a renamed Device Maintenance app called Device Care with a new streamlined interface, new clock styles for the Always-on-display, and reorganisation of menus in the Settings app.

Samsung unveiled One UI in early August, at its developer conference in San Francisco, along with a sneak-peak at its first foldable phone. The new interface is expected to arrive sometime in January 2019, starting with the Galaxy S9 (Review), Galaxy S9+ (Review), and Galaxy Note 9.

  • Design
  • Display
  • Software
  • Performance
  • Battery Life
  • Camera
  • Value for Money
  • Good
  • Excellent battery life
  • Versatile S Pen
  • Good display and sound quality
  • Very good cameras
  • Bad
  • Heavy and bulky
  • Screen reflections are unavoidable
Display6.40-inch
ProcessorSamsung Exynos 9810
Front Camera8-megapixel
Rear Camera12-megapixel
RAM6GB
Storage128GB
Battery Capacity4000mAh
OSAndroid 8.1
Resolution1440x2960 pixels
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Roydon Cerejo

Roydon has written about technology and gadgets for more than a decade now and began his career reviewing PC components. He found his calling with laptops, smartphones, and cameras and is the go-to guy at Gadgets 360 for this technology trifecta. In his spare time, he likes watching horror films, obsessively organising his cable management pouch and plotting world dominion one pixel at a time.

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