The new beta brings support for Unicode 11.0 emojis, new clock styles, general UI changes to aesthetic, Samsung DeX gets dual-display support, and of most of Samsungs stock apps get a new look.
ZDNet can confirm the program is once again accepting registrations, and the update is indeed rolling out. If you are unsure which model you have, you can check it in Settings About Phone. 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.
This week the Samsung beta software gods saw fit to bestow upon the Galaxy Note 9 their first public build for Android Pie and One UI. Inside the app, there'll (hopefully) be a big notice that says they're invited to the Note 9 beta software program. In any case it should not take long before the update is available worldwide. To begin the process, users will want to open their Samsung+ app. This is because the unlocked version of the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 comes first, followed by - maybe, if you're lucky - the carrier versions of the device. Now is the time to consider selling your current one before market prices drop or plan to participate in a trade-in program. If you use our links to buy, we may get a commission.