Samsung is unarguably one of the biggest manufacturers of Android devices. But when it comes to providing timely Software updates to its users, they lag way behind its counterparts. Anyhow, the Korean giant is allegedly going to launch its Android Pie Beta Software at Samsung Developer Conference 2018 event. The event is going to start tomorrow and will continue until Thursday. Samsung said those attending the event would be able to experience “explore the new Galaxy UX” through the beta. No more details were unveiled about the software, however, if they are presenting the Android Pie Beta software at the event it means it’s stable. Therefore, we can expect the official launch of Android Pie Beta program at Samsung Developer Conference 2018.
The beta will likely be available for Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus users. Initially, it will be rolled out for selected users so they could test it thoroughly before it officially rolled out. If everything goes as planned and Samsung launches Beta program at the event for Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus, then many other devices will follow. Here’s the complete list of Samsung Devices Getting Android Pie Update.
Samsung is also going to show off its folding phone in action at the Samsung Developer Conference 2018. The world is anxiously waiting for the first Samsung folding phone.