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Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Release Date Tips



Get Familiar with Android Oreo & Experience 9

Get Familiar with Android Oreo & Experience 9

Google's Android P update is scheduled to arrive in Q3, but there's a very good chance the Galaxy Note 9 runs Android Oreo out of the box.

Samsung's version of Android 8.0 Oreo comes with numerous changes including its new Samsung Experience 9.0 user interface.

It includes a new keyboard, a new Color Lens feature, tweaks to the Quick Panel, new Edge features, and an assortment of customization options. The Galaxy S9's software also comes with knock-off of Apple's Animoji feature on the iPhone X.

We expect the Samsung Galaxy Note 9's software to come with many of these changes. It'll also come with some changes of its own including Bixby 2.0.

We recommend getting familiar with Android Oreo and Samsung Experience 9.0 right now. This way, you aren't caught off guard.

We've released a guide to the base version of Android Oreo and we've also released a guide to Samsung's version of Oreo.

Samsung is testing Android 8.1 Oreo on the Galaxy Note 9 so you should take a look at our guide to Android 8.1 as well. It's a little bit different than Android 8.0.

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