Samsung’s One UI Rolled Out for Galaxy S9 and S9 Pro
Samsung’s One UI, which will power the Galaxy S10, makes US debut on the Galaxy S9 and S9 Pro. The Xfinity Mobile released the One UI update for Samsung’s Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus phones. After a couple of months of beta builds, the stable Android Pie build with One UI for the Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ is ready.
US customers on other networks (or who have unlocked devices) will need to wait a bit longer. Samsung spokesperson told that the update for Galaxy S9, Galaxy S9+ and Galaxy Note9 will continue to roll out to other carrier providers in the coming days and weeks.
The build arrives as G965USQU3CSAB, size in at almost 2GB (1998.8MB), and includes the January security patch. It’s quite a big update.
Earlier this January, Samsung posted a “Service Notice” in its Samsung Members app detailing its planned roadmap for releasing the software update, as SamMobile reported. So far, Samsung’s confirmed that the following phones will be updated to One UI:
- Galaxy Note 9
- Galaxy S9
- Galaxy S9+
- Galaxy Note 8
- Galaxy S8
- Galaxy S8+
If you have a Samsung Galaxy phone and live in the US, sometime in the “coming days and weeks” you should be getting an update that shows you Samsung’s latest take on Android. The new One UI is specifically designed to make it easier to navigate content on a massive screen by making headers much larger and moving the buttons you actually need to press lower down on the screen.
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