Samsung has announced the launch of the Samsung Experience 9.0 Beta, which enables customers to experience trending features via the Galaxy ecosystem. The Samsung Experience is developed based on the Android platform and was called as TouchWiz. It provides Galaxy users with a simple, consistent and seamless working experience without any kind of slowdown.
The main purpose of the Samsung Experience 9.0 Beta is to increase the wide range of unique services across various Galaxy devices such as smartphones and tablets. The company has developed several services for the Galaxy series and the new environment will take advantage of them.
The Samsung Experience 9.0 Beta is based on Android Oreo and will be available from the upcoming Galaxy S9. Recently, Samsung shipped Samsung Experience 8.5 with the Galaxy Note 8 smartphone. If you have an active Samsung account, you will be eligible for the program.
In a statement released to the press, the company revealed that the Experience 9.0 beta program is currently available for select customers. If you live in the US, UK or South Korea, a preview version of the Samsung Experience 9.0 will be available on Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ smartphones starting November 2.
The aim of the beta phase is to gather feedback from customers about the real world performance and usability of the new version. The product team will release a final version based on the feedback obtained from the customers. The company is gearing up to develop a reliable and powerful software package to provide Galaxy users with an improved user experience.
The Samsung Experience 9.0 Beta program will be made available via the Samsung Members/Samsung+ app including Google Play Store.
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