Samsung's flagships like the Galaxy S9 and Note 9 for some time now, but Samsung's running behind schedule in the United States. Thankfully, it appears that One UI has finally started rolling out some lucky S9 owners.
On January 29, Reddit users confirmed the update was available for Galaxy S9 on Xfinity Mobile, Comcast's MVNO. Verizon-branded Galaxy S9s on January 30. On February 1, AT & T and Sprint finally joined the party, leaving T-Mobile as the only major carrier that has yet to issue the update. [19659003GalaxyS9OneUIUpdateIsNowAvailableforAT&TSprint&VerizonCustomers” width=”532″ height=”
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As for the unlocked model (SM-G960U1), we've got some bad news. While this device is first to get the one UI beta, it wants to get the stable version. As Samsung has explained in the past, the update needs to be approved by all major US carriers. T-Mobile to push the update before you'll get it.
To see if One UI has rolled out your phone, open your Settings app and select "Software update." From there, tap "Check for updates," and if it's available, simply tap "Download and Install" to manually retrieve the OTA. Due to the nature of staged rollouts, it certainly did not pop up the first time.
There's plenty to be excited about with this new update. Samsung has revamped the look of its software, added an all-new night theme, and much more.