Samsung is keeping to its word of launching the Galaxy Note 9 One UI 2.0 beta program this week: Note 9 owners in Korea can now sign up to test Android 10. The first beta update for the device is already available for download in the country, and users will be able to get it from the Settings » Software update menu on their phone once they have signed up for the beta program in the Samsung Members app by clicking the One UI 2.0 beta banner.
It’s not known at this point which countries will be involved in the Galaxy Note 9’s One UI 2.0 beta tests and when the beta will expand outside Korea. The Galaxy S9 beta will be launched sometime next week, as confirmed by Samsung, and we can expect that to debut in Korea as well, followed by a gradual rollout in other markets. We’ll keep you updated on any developments, so be sure to check back again at a later time and also follow us on Facebook and Twitter.
Will you be trying out the Android 10 beta on your Galaxy Note 9?
Update: The beta is available in the UK as well.
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