Samsung has confirmed that it has completed its Android Oreo beta testing and has officially begun sending software updates to the Galaxy S8 and S8 + devices in the US. UU "After completing extensive tests and beta tests that are standard when we launch a new update or Android product, we are starting to launch Android Oreo to select US Galaxy smartphones, starting with the Galaxy S8 and the Galaxy S8 +" , said a Samsung spokesman. Edge. "Galaxy Note8 will follow shortly after."
When you see exactly that this update depends on your provider; So far, users have reported receiving their Oreo updates on T-Mobile, Verizon and Sprint. Samsung briefly stopped Oreo implementations last month after the update caused some phones to reboot randomly.
Android's Android beta version of Samsung went live last November, with an official release for S8 devices that began last month in non-beta markets such as Turkey, Norway, the United Arab Emirates, India, Belgium, Germany, France and Poland , reports SamMobile. Users in Canada are also starting to see the updates.
The update of Android Oreo for Galaxy S8 and 8+ will also come with Samsung Experience 9.0, which brings features such as new keyboard shortcuts, improved search interface and Bixby updates, assuming you have not yet deactivated it. More importantly, Samsung Experience 9.0 will mark the official end of its set of emojis that are not only different from almost any other device that supports emojis, but are also fug devils.