We understand that further updates to the beta One UI program will be rolling out in January 2019 to other Samsung Galaxy devices, upgrading users to the new UI layout, but also Android 9 Pie and the November 2018 (or later) security patch level.
Samsung Note 9 One UI Beta Program registration began last week in the USA, however, India and Germany have just recently received the news.
Last month, at its developer conference in San Francisco, Samsung announced Android Pie beta program for many of its smartphones, including flagship devices. The report further states that beta builds are now available for Galaxy Note 9 units in the United States, India, and Germany.
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This programme allows users to experience the new features of the One UI that includes the latest User Experience (UX) that is based on Google's latest Android 9.0 Pie software. The company has now officially added the Galaxy Note 9 to the roster too and apart from the US, Germany and India are two more countries that have been reportedly confirmed to be part of the this beta test.
Once you have registered you will need to download the software manually and it comes in at around 1700MB in size.
The new beta brings support for Unicode 11.0 emojis, new clock styles, general UI changes to aesthetic, Samsung DeX gets dual-display support, and of most of Samsungs stock apps get a new look.