How to Get the Android 8.0 Oreo Beta on Your Galaxy S8
- Author: Terrell Bush Nov 02, 2017,
Nov 02, 2017, 0:23
There were many leaks in the past that give us the hint about the upcoming smartphone and the recent one reveals that both the smartphones could feature Bluetooth 5.0. Other new Android 8.0 features include the ability to turn off notification badges and snooze notifications, along with better battery life. But it became known that Samsung is ready to test the latest version of Android on Galaxy and Galaxy S8 S8 Plus.
Additionally, the enterprise version of the Note8 will receive more regular security updates for up to three years.
With the Galaxy Note8, users get a bigger Infinity Display that fits comfortably in one hand and an improved S Pen for taking notes in Screen off memo or quickly annotating documents and photos.
You will need a Samsung Account to sign up, and if you meet all the requirements for the program, you will soon be selected.
The Galaxy Note 8 Enterprise Edition is available now in the USA via Samsung channel partners for $994 Dollars per device. You can download the app via Galaxy Apps and the Google Play Store. We'll have to wait for Samsung to make the official announcement and provide the update via its servers.
The phones will run on Android 7.1.1 Nougat out of the box and they might also boast IP68 certification, making them water and dust resistant.
While devices like the Galaxy Note 8 and Galaxy S7 will nearly certainly run Android Oreo at some point, some popular devices could miss out on the upgrade. 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. Look for those details to emerge soon after the Galaxy S8 Android 8.0 Oreo beta ends.