Samsung Experience 9.0 UI now official
Samsung has recently announced the Samsung Experience 9.0 Beta, and is now currently available to select customers.
Samsung Experience, previously known as TouchWiz, was used in the Galaxy Note8 (ver. 8.5), providing it with a user interface. The newest version builds upon Android Oreo’s user interface (UI) and user experience (UX). It is said that Samsung Experience 9.0 will be fully available with the company’s next flagship smartphone.
As of now, Samsung Experience 9.0 is in beta, which means that only select customers will be able to test it out and give feedback regarding its performance and usability.
Starting November 2, 2017, S8 and S8+ users based in South Korea, United States, United Kingdom will have the opportunity to try out the upcoming Samsung Experience 9.0 before its official release. However, in order for users to apply for the beta testing program, they need to have an active Samsung Account, and must meet certain requirements. The Galaxy beta program can be availed via the Samsung Members app or the Samsung+ app for the U.S., which are available through the Google Play store or Galaxy Apps, depending on the user’s country of residence.
Source: Samsung Newsroom