According to some XDA users, the latest version of the Samsung+ app lets Note 9 users register for the beta as well.
A new report from SamMobile states that a new firmware called N960FXXU2ZRKQ is rolling out to the Galaxy Note 9 (provided you've signed up for the beta program), which features the November 2018 security patch and the brand new One UI that's based on Android 9 Pie. Samsung rolls out the beta program in phases, so if you have not received it yet, its fine.More news: Mafia arrests: 84 detained in Europe raids
Samsung has made quite a lot of changes to One UI like all important content has been moved from the top to the bottom, Photo Editor Pro editing tools come integrated into the gallery app, improved Bixby search and much more.
In case you live in India or Germany, and have a Samsung Galaxy Note 9, you can opt-in for the beta program through the "Samsung Members" app. In addition to doling out Android 9 Pie, it's readying a final build of its recently announced One UI, which the company says "helps you focus on what really matters most". As one of the first to enjoy the new features and design, send us your feedback and see how it helps us create an exceptional experience. If you want to have the best experience then wait till January next year when Samsung Note 9 One UI Beta will officially be released.