17 January 2019

Samsung Galaxy S8, Galaxy S8+ Now Getting One UI Beta Android- based 9 Pie

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17 January 2019
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Samsung Galaxy S8 Rs.43,999 and Galaxy S8 + Rs.45,999 are now part of the beta One UI program designed to provide the latest user experience together with the Android 9.0 Pie update. The Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 + were the first to receive the One UI skin from the company. However, the company also gained the same experience in Galaxy Note 9 and recently opened the Galaxy Note 8 beta programme. One UI was launched at the Samsung Developer Conference (SDC) last November as the successor of the Samsung Experience UX. It is designed essentially to make single-handed experiences easier and more comfortable than the previous interface.

Users with the Samsung Galaxy S8 or Galaxy S8+ can join the One UI beta program from the Samsung Members app directly. The beta program was initially launched for the 2017 Samsung flagships in India. It is safe to expect, however, that the one- UI beta test will soon be expanded to other markets.

You can join the One UI beta program by downloading the Samsung Members app if you are in India and own a Galaxy S8 or Galaxy S8+. To register for the beta program on the Member app, you will need to sign in with a Samsung account. After completion, move from the Settings menu to the Software Update section and refresh the screen. The new update will be provided that should automatically start downloading on your device.
SamMobile reports that the One UI beta build for the Galaxy S8 has G950FXXU4ZSA5 firmware version, while the Galaxy S8 + has G955FXXU4ZSA5 version. We were able to verify the beta release of the One UI independently. In addition, the update is about 1.6 GB in size and brings the Android security patch in January 2019.

One UI brings Android 9.0 Pie along with all- new gesture- based system navigation, among other changes. Content, settings and other interface information have also been reorganized to make single- handed operations easier and easier with the Samsung Experience UX.

Samsung launched the One UI beta test on the Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 + back in November, shortly after its debut at the annual Samsung developer conference in San Francisco. The company has expanded the program to Galaxy Note 9 and recently launched the Galaxy S9, Galaxy S9+ and Galaxy Note 9 stable One UI.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Rs.43,990 joined the One UI beta program earlier this week, although the stable release is expected in February. The Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+, on the other hand, are scheduled to receive the Android Pie update in March along with the One UI skin, as shown in the Members app's roadmap.

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