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, and Germany can try the update and Samsung’s new One UI right now.
Samsung hasn’t confirmed a Galaxy Note 9 Android Pie beta, but that doesn’t mean users have to wait until January to try out the Note 9’s version of Pie. Thanks to a leak, select Galaxy Note 9 users can install Android Pie 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 in November. The update is slated to bring several new features including a brand new dark theme.
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.
Get Excited for Night Theme
One of the key ingredients of Samsung's new One UI is a new night theme that could make your Galaxy Note 9's screen a little easier on the eyes while also helping you to conserve the device's already impressive battery life.
Samsung's One UI will bring some major changes to the looks of the Galaxy Note 9's software, but the most welcomed change is probably going to be the new AMOLED dark mode.
With the Night Theme active you'll notice changes across the Galaxy Note 9's user interface. Most stock Samsung apps, including the Bixby Home UI, are compatible with Night Theme.
You can take an early look at Night Theme on the Galaxy S9 in the video below.
You can manually turn Night Theme on whenever you want to use it, but you can also schedule when you want the device to turn it on. There's also a way to set it so the device automatically turns it on when you're in the dark.
It's a sought after feature and it's one of Android Pie's most popular attractions.
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