According to a report coming from SamMobile Samsung has started pushing out the final Android 9 Pie beta update to all Galaxy Note 9 user starting today. e Nokia and OnePlus, Samsung hasn't been very fast at bringing the latest software to its phones. Not even the new ones. But looks like Samsung has finally thought about it and earlier this week the company officially revealed that over 20 phones from the company -- old and new ones -- will get Android Pie based on One UI by 2019. Samsung recently updated the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ to Android 9 Pie and it looks like now the Galaxy Note 9 is next in the list.
According to GizmoChina a website linked to Samsung's Turkish arm has revealed that the Galaxy Note 9 will start receiving the Android 9 Pie update (stable) starting January 15, 2019. Although the South Korean smartphone maker is yet to reveal details regarding the same, looks like Jan 15 could be a possible date for the software to roll out because the Note 9 is reportedly getting its last Pie beta update now.
According to another report coming from SamMobile Samsung has started pushing out the final Android 9 Pie beta update to all Galaxy Note 9 user starting today. The update reportedly is hitting the Galaxy Note 9 users in the US and India right now and eventually should be rolling out in other countries as well. It is important to note that the countries with the beta program will only be eligible to get the final Android 9 Pie update.
The report shows some screenshots of the changelog which reveals that the software update is also bringing the latest Android security update with it. In addition, the new update also comes with several bug fixes and improvements. It comes with fixes for - crashing of Samsung Notes app, apps reloading issue when accessed from recent apps screen, sluggish response while shifting between the front and rear cameras, and the list goes on. The update also comes with January 2019 Android security patch for the Indian users. Well, the Android security patch should come to other regions too, but there's no confirmation on the same for now.
Notably, Samsung recently confirmed the list of phones that will get Android 9 Pie update based on One UI, which will replace Samsung's Experience UI. Here are all Samsung phones that will get updated to Pie in 2019: Galaxy S9, Galaxy S9+, Galaxy Note 9, Galaxy S8, Galaxy S8+, Galaxy Note 8, Galaxy A8 2018, Galaxy A8+ 2018, Galaxy A7 2018, Galaxy A9 2018, Galaxy Tab S4 10.5, Galaxy J4, Galaxy J4+, Galaxy J6, Galaxy J6+, Galaxy J7 2017, Galaxy J7 Duo, Galaxy Xcover 4, Galaxy J3 2017, Galaxy Tab S3 9.7, Galaxy Tab A 2017, Galaxy Tab Active2, and Galaxy Tab A 10.5.