Samsung announces Galaxy Note 8 Enterprise Edition in US

Galaxy S8 Beta Program Leaks, Oreo Update Round The Corner?

To enroll into the beta program, you must have Samsung+ app installed on your phone. We are talking about Samsung's Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus, both of which are still saddled with Nougat, though not for long.

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. "We call this the IT Paradox, and the Note8 Enterprise Edition helps solve it by providing simple and comprehensive tools for IT to manage and secure their mobile environment, while giving users a device they will love".

The Galaxy Note 8 Enterprise Edition is available now in the us via Samsung channel partners for $994 United States dollars per device.

The Galaxy S8 Oreo beta program is now only available in three markets, including the US, UK, and South Korea. Are you waiting for the Android Oreo update to drop? It's exciting to test unreleased software, but this is a beta and beta software is extremely buggy. If someone did not get the update notification don't panic it will reach you in couple of days time. However, if you know what you are getting into, it is a good opportunity to learn of all the new features coming with Android Oreo. The latter replaced TouchWiz earlier as a part of the Galaxy beta program.

Samsung said it also plans to add the gold-colour edition (in South Korea) to the Galaxy Note 8 products starting on Friday, which is now available in Black, Blue, and Grey in the country.

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