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Galaxy Note 9 Pie Update: 7 Reasons to Get Excited & 3 Not To



The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Pie update is confirmed and today we want to take users through the most, and least, exciting things about the release.

Samsung finally made its first major Android 9.0 Pie announcements and the company’s launched a beta for select Galaxy devices in select regions around the world.

Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ users in the United States, South Korea, Germany, and the United Kingdom can try the update and Samsung’s new One UI right now.

The company’s Android 9.0 Pie update is still in development but thanks to leaks, and the Galaxy S9 Pie beta, we know quite a bit about the changes Samsung’s making to the Galaxy Note 9’s software. We also know quite a bit about the company’s plans for the overall release.

While the Galaxy Note 9 will be among the first to Samsung’s new operating system, there are some potential disappointments you need to be aware of as we push toward the end of the year.

In this guide we want to take you through the most exciting things we’ve learned about the Galaxy Note 9 Android Pie update. The update is slated to bring several new features including a brand new dark mode.

We also want to take you through some of the potential disappointments to help you set proper expectations as we get closer to the update’s release.

Galaxy Note 9 Android Pie Beta

Galaxy Note 9 Android Pie Beta

As of right now, the Android Pie beta is limited to the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ in select regions. That should change soon. 

Samsung typically keeps the beta limited to the Galaxy S flagship. This year, that's the Galaxy S9/Galaxy S9+. This year, Samsung is expanding the Galaxy Beta Program to its other flagship. 

The Galaxy Note 9 Android Pie beta is confirmed and registration is now open to owners of the unlocked model in the United States. 

We don't know if the beta will open up to additional devices in other regions, but you can expect the beta to be somewhat limited. 

The Galaxy S9 beta is currently limited to the United States, Germany, South Korea, and the United Kingdom with a few other regions slated to get it later on this year. 

Don't expect the Galaxy Note 9 beta to come to every single device in every single country, but those of you who miss out should still be able to try the software ahead of time

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