After the Galaxy S9 and Note 9, the Galaxy Note 8 turn to take a piece of pie. The Android 9.0 Pie update with One UI is launched in open beta by Samsung.
After its presentation at the Google I / O 2018, Android 9.0 Pie continues to be deployed in early 2019. Many manufacturers have updated their terminals.
However, one of the most noticed is none other than Samsung, for one very specific reason: it deploys at the same time its new One UI interface. The update is available on the Galaxy S9, and begins its deployment on the Galaxy Note 9. The older generations are now starting to enjoy it.
Android 9.0 Pie is in beta on the Galaxy Note 8
The beta program for the Galaxy Note 8 has indeed been launched by the Korean manufacturer. Users of the end of 2017 phablette can indeed connect to the Samsung Members application to try to enroll in the program, and preview the new update.
Attention of course: the software is not necessarily stable. The goal is, as always, that users report the first bugs encountered to developers so that they are fixed for a stable version deployed to all. Some are already known, and related to the camera application and the use of VPN.
Europe does not seem to be concerned yet
For now, the beta release notice has only been retrieved by users in South Korea and India via the Samsung Members app. For example, our Galaxy Note 8 does not have access yet. However, it could only be a matter of time before this beta is also available to users.
Anyway, this is good news for all users: Android 9.0 Pie will not wait on the device. It only remains to wait a little longer.
Read on FrAndroid: Update Android 9.0 Pie: the list of compatible smartphones and their date of deployment