- Samsung has showed it’s going to disclose its Android Pie beta device at its developer convention this week.
- The corporate is more likely to launch the beta program for Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus customers in a while after.
Samsung has added the Android Pie beta program to its checklist of talking issues at this week’s Samsung Developer Conference 2018 tournament. The new tournament at the calendar, noticed via SamMobile within the convention app, suggests the corporate may additionally launch the beta within the coming days.
Samsung mentioned the ones attending the development would have the ability to “discover the brand new Galaxy UX” throughout the beta, however little else was once discussed about it. If the device is usable or presentable on the display, probably it’s in a good form. We had anticipated Samsung to launch the beta someday quickly, so it kind of feels most likely it’s going to use the development as a platform to take action.
The beta will probably be to be had for the Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus, giving choose customers an opportunity to check the brand new device ahead of its legit rollout (most definitely someday within the new yr). In the U.S., this may handiest follow to Snapdragon fashions with explicit carriers.
We don’t know precisely what the brand new device (Samsung Experience 10) will ship relating to options, however we’ve encountered some leaked screenshots that have presented some clues as to the design adjustments (like an abundance of headers and bubbles).
Meanwhile, Samsung has additionally mentioned it’s going to sing their own praises how its upcoming folding telephone works on the convention.
The Samsung Developer Conference 2018 starts the following day and runs till this Thursday. We’ll be bringing you all of the bulletins as they occur.