Samsung Galaxy S8 Android 8.0 Oreo Beta Reportedly Rolling Out

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Although Samsung is already late to the party, users would still like the update.

One good thing is that the company also considered its two-year-old flagships from the S and the Note line are also getting. This is unlikely to change as Samsung's usual strategy for providing major OS updates rarely includes lower-end budget-friendly models, so the device will probably remain in the Nougat category throughout the remainder of its lifetime.

Samsung has announced that it will be releasing a support- and security-enhanced, enterprise version of the Galaxy Note 8, and it will be sold exclusively through Samsung channel partners. After installing the beta software on your device, you will then continue to receive beta updates automatically.

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As of now, the Oreo beta program is available only for Sprint, T-Mobile and unlocked Galaxy S8 and S8+ variants in the US. We'll have to wait for Samsung to make the official announcement and provide the update via its servers.

According to another Reddit user who claims to have gotten early access to the beta on their Galaxy S8, the phone runs a lot faster and more smoothly after the update. But it became known that Samsung is ready to test the latest version of Android on Galaxy and Galaxy S8 S8 Plus.

The Galaxy Note is back! No other changes or additions seem to be part of the new firmware package, however, the October security update should patch 215 vulnerabilities within the mobile operating system, and six vulnerabilities in Samsung's proprietary mobile software.

First, you're going to have to download the 'Samsung+' app from the Galaxy Apps Store or the Play Store.

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