Samsung has released the beta version of Android 9 Pie for its 2017 flagships in yet another market. As reported by SamMobile, the unlocked Samsung Galaxy S8, S8 Plus, and Note 8 smartphones are getting the One UI (Android Pie) Beta in the US.
The latest edition of Google’s operating system comes with the build numbers G950U1UEU5ZSAB (S8), G955U1UEU5ZSAB (S8 Plus), and N950U1UEU5ZSAB (Note 8). In addition, the update is accompanied by the January 2019 security patch and Samsung’s new user interface, One UI.
The Android 9 Pie arrives with new features such as gesture navigation, adaptive battery and brightness, app actions, and Slices feature.
This week, Samsung had already released the second beta to the Galaxy S8 family and Note 8 with Exynos SoC. The tests were in progress in the European market and the company’s home country, South Korea.
The update is available to users who have signed up for the company’s beta program, available through the Samsung+ application. When you join, the update is made available by OTA.
There is no information regarding the stable version of Android Pie on these unlocked smartphones in the US. We are keeping an eye every news and will share as soon as the update is available.