Samsung had made announcements earlier that Android Pie for both the Samsung Galaxy S9 and the Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus will start to roll out in January. However, now, it seems that the Korean manufacturer is looking to give its users an early Christmas present, as the company is going to commence the roll out of the Android Pie for both the phones. This means that now finally, all the users of both the phones will soon be getting their hands on the update.
In previous times, the company has also released a beta program for all its users. The company has now finally made One UI beta program available to the users of the Galaxy Note 9 owners based in the United States. The company also plans on to roll it out for the people based in other regions too. However, now it would seem that the beta program wouldn’t be required to download, as the company has already began the roll out for both the S9 and the S9 Plus.
Pie starts to roll out for the Samsung S9 and S9 Plus
So if you are indeed a beta tester, then you’ll only have to download a small update, which would take away about 158MB of your storage. At this particular moment of time, only the users based in the land of Germany can actually access the stable version of Android Pie. However, it is also true that beta testers from all over the world will soon get their hands on to Android Pie, by the end of the year.