Samsung Electronics has officially launched the beta testing program Android 9 Pie for Galaxy Note 8. This news suggests that the phablet will receive the final version of the update before it gets to the Galaxy S8 and S8+, despite the fact that they came out almost six months early. Usually, Samsung updates branded smartphones to new Android versions one by one, first giving preference to the earlier devices.
By default, the beta program is distributed only among the residents of selected countries. Typically, these include USA, Germany, UK, India, China, South Korea and some other countries. Their inhabitants, set on their devices app Samsung Members can apply to participate in the early access program. To do this, click on the corresponding banner that you want to appear in the app and fill out information about yourself and your device to confirm your intent to participate.
One UI for Galaxy Note 8
Contrary to rumors, the Android Pie beta 9 for Galaxy Note 8 is hidden in the shell of One UI. This means that Samsung did not restrict users flagship smartphones 2017 model year access to the updated firmware, as was suggested earlier. Otherwise, it would be very strange, since the devices of the previous generation in a constructive manner do not differ from new.
One UI the most radically different from the Samsung Experience. To ensure the usability of smartphones with extended screens, the Samsung developers have changed the layout of the interface elements, dividing it in two. At the bottom of the screen are now arranged control elements, while the upper is responsible for the demonstration of the current progress. So, now all actions are performed with more convenience than ever before.
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