The Korean giant has started testing Android 9.0 Pie/One UI in the global market. Recently, Samsung has started the Android Pie beta registration in the US, Germany and India. The new update carries refreshed One UI with many new refinements and optimizations.
Today, Samsung has started pushing the beta firmware OTA for Galaxy Note 9 in India and Germany. A similar update is rolling out to users in the US. The update weighs around 1,532 MB for Germany and similar size update is available for the US-based Note 9 users.
There are many changes and enhancements that have been added to the new firmware. Particularly, Samsung has introduced the update of One UI with exciting features and a whole new look and feel. Samsung has added features based on the feedback from users. Its functionality has also improved, as it carries new versions of apps like Calculator, Samsung Internet, Samsung Health, Samsung Notes and Members. The Korean giant has focused on content rather than any other information in the UI. In order to safeguard your eyes, Samsung has also added a night mode option.
Now you can directly reply to messages from the notification panel. It also carries the support for Unicode 11.0 emojis with new clock styles and general tweaks. Further, there are general bug fixes, to improve the overall performance of the device. Along with all these features, the update is also packed with November security patch.
The update comes with the firmware version N960FXXU2ZRKQ and it’s currently rolling out in the US, Germany and India. You can manually check for the update if have signed up for the beta upgrade. Before installing the update, your device should be charged at least 60% to avoid any inconvenience. Also, make sure your device is connected to a stable WiFi network to avoid data charges.
Well, how many of you have received the update?