After announcing the date the update was released, and the arrival of the new One UI, which will replace the Samsung Experience, Samsung is preparing to launch the phase of the beta test for Android Pie Samsung Galaxy Plus S9 and S9. The beta program it will be available, for now, only in Germany, South Korea, and the United States and, thereafter, will arrive in China, India, France, Poland, Spain, and the United Kingdom.
At the moment, it is not expected to launch an Android Pie beta for Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus in all countries. The test program for the new update will be available starting November 15th. This date refers to Germany but should also apply to South Korea and the United States.
As happened last year with Galaxy S8/S8 Plus and the update to Oreo, the test program should last until the end of December with several updates that will enrich and maximize the firmware. Compared to the past, due to the debut of the new One UI, the beta test program updating Android Pie could record numerous updates.
Samsung, in any case, plans to release the stable update for Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus (and Note 9) only from January next year. Continue to follow us to learn more.