Good news for the Galaxy Note 9 users worldwide as Samsung rolls out the Android Pie Beta last update. Just a month after Samsung had started rolling out it’s One UI Beta for the Galaxy Note 9 users which is perhaps the latest Android Skin for the device.
Although the roll-out isn’t currently all over the world as it’s only present in the US and India. The expectation is that in few days time, the update would be rolled out to every user globally.
The Latest One UI update which is built on top of the Android Pie (Android 9.0) OS comes in an excess 330 MB size and it updates software version to N960FXXU2ZRLR in India and N960U1UEUZRLL in the U.S. The update also includes the January 1, 2019 security patch for Indian users while those in the U.S. remain on the December 1, 2018 patch level.
Another important update is the fixes to several issues which includes the Galaxy Note app crashes, slow response time for back and front camera switching and broken navigation bar gestures.
Although Samsung had promised that the One UI update will be released by January 2019 on it’s Galaxy S9, S9+ and the Note 9, but as at Christmas day, the Galaxy S9 series in Europe had already received a stable version of the One UI but we expect the Note 9 to be the next in line to receive updates come next month, the actual date of the launch.