Amongst the touch issues that the fourth Android Pie beta update addresses is the problem with hard home button presses, which are not being registered while using navigation gestures.
Considering previous roll-out pattern, it's a matter of days for Samsung before it starts to invite public software developers for beta testing. The company has also set up a new Software Upgrade division past year which will work towards improving the Android upgrade process.
Although many users hoped that the third update will be the final beta before the full version of Android Pie is released for Galaxy Note 9, it looks like Samsung wanted to address some key issues that were affecting the beta testers, including the touchscreen issues.
The big difference is for Galaxy Note 9 and Galaxy Note 8 owners. The fixes that we mentioned are very important, and they will come along with the next Android Pie update which will not be the last either. Samsung has also revealed information about other devices (you can see in the picture below).
This information comes a week after Samsung Turkey revealed Estimated Time of Arrival (ETA) of Android Pie One UI for Galaxy S8, S8+ and the Galaxy Note8 is 15 February. As a contributor to Miami Morning Star, Lisa covers municipal and state politics.
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