Samsung has finally opened up Galaxy Note 9 One UI based on Android Pie beta after it by mistakenly opened registrations in the US last week. The beta testing is now rolling out in Germany and India. The registrations are now open through the Samsung Members app and the update is about 1.5GB in size.
Samsung doesn’t usually open beta testing for the Note series, Galaxy Note8 wasn’t a part of the Oreo beta program when it launched last year. Seeing how Samsung bought beta testing even in India, it clear that Samsung would open the beta testing to all beta markets. The One UI beta markets include the United States, South Korea, Germany, Poland, Spain, China, France, India, and the United Kingdom.
Samsung is rolling out firmware version N960FXXU2ZRKQ for the Galaxy Note 9 and brings November 2018 security patch. This firmware update brings Android 9.0 Pie in addition to Samsung’s One UI. All of the features of the Android 9 Pie are included in this firmware. You can now register for the beta through the Samsung Members app in Germany and India. But Galaxy Note 9 users in other markets might need to wait.