The Galaxy S9, announced in March, has several attractive features for Google's operating system fans.
The flagship boasts Samsung's signature curve edge with a 5.8-inch AMOLED display.
The hardware is also a rare top-notch device with no notches.
Instead, the Galaxy S9 offers a minimal bezel at both the top and bottom of the screen.
Samsung has promoted the Galaxy S9 camera as one of its main features.
The single 12 megapixel sensor on the back can switch from f / 1.5 to f / 2.4 thanks to variable iris.
In other words, the smartphone can change the amount of light coming into the lens depending on the conditions.
As a result, low-light pictures taken on the Galaxy S9 are more detailed and less noise than previous models.
The Galaxy S9 was pre-installed when the Android 8 Oreo was launched, showing Samsung's signature skin.
However, in August, we launched Android 9 Pie, the next generation mobile platform, which offers many new features.
Aesthetic changes such as new multitasking menus and status icon bars are just some of the twists that the new software offers.
It was first introduced in Android 9 pie (Pixie devices) and Essential Phone, but then other Android devices such as OnePlus and Sony have appeared.
However, Samsung did not notice this upgrade.
At the Korean Technology Developers Conference in San Francisco, we presented a new UI skin based on Android 9 Pie.
While demonstrating the first line of new firmware, Samsung was eager to learn more about how it was specifically designed to make it easier to navigate larger devices with one hand.
The technology company showed many applications that displayed most of the messages in the middle and bottom of the screen.
The final version of the One UI will be available in Galaxy S9, S9 Plus and Galaxy Note 9 in January.
However, Samsung fans who are eager to get their hands on the Android 9 pie early can participate in a new software public beta test on the manufacturer's official website.
Explaining the beta program, Samsung said, "One UI beta program for all users is a chance to test a UI before it is released.
"Be the first to enjoy new features and designs and send us your feedback and see how it can help you create great experiences.
"This program is available to participants from China, France, Germany, India, Poland, Korea, Spain, the United Kingdom and the United States."
Samsung argued that beta software is likely to include "errors or bugs" as a whole.
The beta version starts this month and applicants must download the Samsung member app.
After downloading the software and logging in, the user must click the "Register One UI Beta Program" button to apply.
The user must go to the phone's Settings menu and tap "Update Software" and select the "Download update manually" toggle.
The device will then update and display Samsung's beta software running Android 9 Pie.