Samsung is working hard to provide their new User Interface on their new flagship devices. It seems they have succeeded for Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus, as both the devices are receiving the beta versions of the new Samsung One UI. Last week, Samsung announced at Samsung Developer Conference about the phased rollout of the Samsung’s new User Interface, Samsung One.
Samsung is debuting the new User Interfaces for the Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus users in the US and South Korea. Later, it will follow in countries such as Germany, France and other regions in Europe and Asia. The Korean giant is expected to launch the stable update in January next year.
In order to get the new update, users need to opt into the beta program through Samsung Members/Samsung+ app. You need to hit the “Notices” button to opt into the beta program. Later, you can get the update by heading over to the Settings>Softwaare updates and tapping “Download updates manually.”
The update weighs over at 1896MB in size and is limited to South Korean and the US. The upgrade features design overhaul along with improved accessibility and features. The update also carries November Security patch along with the fix for security loopholes.
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There are plenty of other changes and major refinements, which you will surely love. All the flagship Samsung devices will soon start receiving a similar update very soon.