The next update of the Samsung Galaxy S8 just started its way: the manufacturer begins its development.
As is often the case whenever Google releases a new version of Android manufacturers are updating it as the catalog evolves. The update first points to the high end and is decreasing in order of importance and according to the release date ; meeting the most recent. What will happen to the Samsung Galaxy S8? You're guaranteed to upgrade to Android 8 Oreo, but it should not be coming soon.
As happened last year with Android 7 Nougat, it is expected that the S8 will receive Oreo before the end of the year. It is not known for sure, of course, but we know that Samsung has started the development of the update. Given the customization of the software, and the need to ensure that this does not cause problems in any market,
Update for Android 8 for Galaxy S8 is early in development
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We can not do more than speculate based on the dates of last year in relation to Nougat and S7 while we take as true the information provided by SamMobile . Citing internal sources, this website ensures that Oreo is taking the first steps on its way to reach the two most important models this year.
We tell you everything you need to know about the update for Android 8.0 Oreo: what devices will do it, when will they be updated, and more.
Samsung should open a beta program to test the future update of S8. Be aware of this beta if you have this phone (or the S8 +) and want to see it boosted as soon as possible by Android 8 Oreo. For the experience we have with the Sony Xperia XZ1 the latest version of the system prints a real speed kick for everything related to the mobile. Also visible are the new graphical aspects as well as the system of notifications; or details such as the native floating window .
Android 8 Oreo allows you to see applications in a floating window, but with YouTube only works if you pay for the red version. So far, so you can activate it for free.
We will carefully analyze the evolution of Android 8 Oreo for Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 + . We hope this update will not be overdue and we will see it before the end of October.