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Samsung start rolling out One UI and Android Pie beta to Galaxy S9 and S9+

Do you have Galaxy S9 or S9+? The two Samsung phone is known to be one of the trending smartphone in the market launched sometimes ago and ever since no update roll out to it until now. 
Its a good news to Galaxy S9 and S9+, just as we've seen Samsung earlier this month introducing it brand new One UI update to beta teasers. 

Finally, Samsung has launch it Android Pie beta program, letting Galaxy S9 and S9+ owners get an early taste of Samsung's next major Android OS update. The program is currently live in South Korea and the U.S., too. You can sign up for the beta in the Samsung Members app, or for those folks in the U.S, the Samsung+ app.

The One UI is a big update for Samsung, offering a refreshed UI that aims to make using big phones easier with one hand. Samsung has done this by keeping most of the content that you interact with in the bottom half of the screen and keeping the stuff you want to view in the upper half. For example, the Messages app keeps your list of conversations in the bottom half of the display.

Samsung say in it released statement that it worked to make One UI more clear and intuitive and to tune the colors to give them more visual clarity. Samsung is adding a Night Mode across its One UI, too, which can help save battery life on devices with OLED screens.


If you've got Galaxy S9 or Galaxy S9+ then prepare to receive update as they've begin rolling out update and Samsung has also promise to push out to Note 9 in January 2019.

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