Get Familiar with Android Pie
If you haven't been following Android Pie's road to release, now is a great time to start getting familiar with the changes between it and Android Oreo. There are a lot of them.
Samsung's version of Android Pie comes with a ton of new features. It also comes with a brand new user interface called One (formerly known as Samsung Experience and TouchWiz).
Android Pie looks like a lot different than Android Oreo so you'll want to get comfortable with these changes before you install it. This way you won't get caught off guard.
First, we recommend getting familiar with all of the Google level changes. To do that, take a look at our Android Pie vs. Android Oreo walkthrough. It highlights the differences between the two operating systems.
You'll also want to get familiar with the the biggest changes Samsung's made to the OS. To do that, take a look at our guide to the Galaxy S9 Android Pie update and Samsung's change log/Galaxy S9 manual.
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