Android 8.0 Oreo for the Galaxy S8 & S8+: All the new features, visualized


As we already reported, Samsung has already kicked off the Android 8.0 Oreo beta for Galaxy S8 and S8+ devices in the US, UK, and South Korea. If you're located in any of these locations, you can now enlist in the beta, which should be a rather hassle-free experience. 

The prerequisite for you joining the beta program is simple: in the US, you need to have an unlocked, Sprint, or T-Mobile version of the Galaxy S8/S8+ in order to partake. In case you're a UK resident, an unlocked variation of either device would suffice. If that's covered, then simply grab either the Samsung Members or Samsung+ app and enlist your device in the beta; it's available on the Play Store and on the Galaxy Apps.

Aside from bumping the Android version to 8.0, the beta update also brings improvements to the Samsung keyboard, Samsung Cloud, adds support for Dual Messenger Apps, improves performance, security, and etc.

So, what's actually new? 

We've summarized some of the changes in the gallery right below:


source: SamMobile

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