- Samsung will soon launch the One UI beta program.
- The beta version will be available in several countries for the Galaxy S9, Galaxy S9 Plus and Galaxy Note 9.
- Samsung plans to release One UI early in 2019.
Samsung has announced the revised One UI software design and announced the One UI beta program. As long as the excessive use of rounded corners does not bother you, signing up for the One UI beta program is extremely easy.
You must first download the Samsung Members App from Galaxy Apps or the Play Store. After logging in, go to Notices and select Register for a UI Beta Program to submit your application. If you are selected, go to Settings and then Update Software to select the option Download Updates Manually . From there, just sit back and wait for the One UI beta to download and install on your device.
There are a few things you should keep in mind. First, US citizens have to sign up via the Samsung + app. The steps to sign up for the One UI Beta are the same as in the Samsung Membership app. You must also have a Samsung account if you want to participate in the One UI beta program.
Finally, the One UI beta will initially be available to Galaxy S9, Galaxy S9 Plus, and Galaxy Note 9 owners this month in the US, Germany, Korea, China, France, India, Poland, Spain, and the UK. The beta version will be rolled out to other countries in Europe and Asia in the future.
Announced during today's Samsung Developer Conference in A San Francisco User Interface, One focuses on three aspects of the user interface: simplification, ease of use and everything visually appealing. Several integrated Samsung apps have a display area at the top and an interactive area at the bottom. Several Samsung apps also have a lower navigation bar to streamline the user experience and simplify one-hand use.
We can continue, but you can download the Samsung members and Samsung + applications at the following link, apply for the One UI beta program and see for yourself.