If you've been anxiously waiting to toy around with Android Pie on your Galaxy S9, today is your day. Samsung has begun rolling out the update to some users in Germany, with other users claiming the software is also available in other parts of Europe.
Android Pie is a big deal for Samsung users, because the software brings the Korean company's One UI to non-beta testers. Samsung recently shared a more in-depth look at One UI following an announcement earlier this year.
The redesigned software is meant to provide users with an experience that's more modern. In particular, One UI seems to emphasize making the software easier to use on larger screens. You can get a good look at One UI in the gallery above.
Samsung's official release of Android Pie comes nearly five months after the software was introduced by Google. That's a long time for users to wait, but it's a relatively quick turnaround by Samsung's standards.
Although some users in Europe are seeing the update, it will likely be another week or two before all Galaxy S9 users across the globe can start using Android Pie.
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