Samsung Galaxy S8 all set for Android 8.0 Oreo Beta update

Galaxy S9 software sent to Samsung phones in beta form

Samsung has made available the beta version to gather helpful feedback and positive insight from users.

Samsung released a statement recently, which clarified their stance on how Androids versions will impact the Samsung Experience.

Starting today, owners of the devices in South Korea, the United States, and the UK can download this beta firmware and play with Oreo before it's released to the public.

The crucial question, of course, is when Samsung plans to roll out a final, stable version of Android Oreo for all Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus owners, because it took until January before Android Nougat reached Galaxy S7 and S7 edge users this year. Only South Korean, US and UK Galaxy S8 users will get to preview the upcoming Samsung Experience 9.0.

Businesses will be able to configure, deploy, and update the devices without even unboxing them, allowing them to consistently manage a fleet of phones company-wide, Samsung said. But with most other companies, you're lucky to get a security update every few months. The beta program has been referred to as the Samsung Experience 9.0 beta, which will be based on Android Oreo and be featured with the Samsung S9.

Samsung has come up with its latest offering called, Galaxy Note 8 Enterprise Edition.

Samsung announced the Note 8 Enterprise Edition that provides a business-first device for the enterprise and SMB market. The Samsung Galaxy S8, which has already enhanced Samsung Experience, is deemed to benefit from the updates, as per the opinion coming in from beta users. The redditor who has experienced the feel of the beta version mentioned how some of Samsungs apps have been brilliantly redesigned.



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