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

While a launch date for the Galaxy S9 is yet to be revealed rumours suggest that the device could be unveiled at the Mobile World Congress which is in Barcelona from 26 February – 1 March 2018

Samsung Experience 9.0 goes beyond the user interface offered by Android. Specifically, the deal says that you'll get Samsung reward points that you can redeem for a Samsung Rewards Visa Card. In the United Kingdom, the beta update will only be available for unlocked devices while in the USA, unlocked devices and those on Sprint or T-Mobile are supported.

On Wednesday, Samsung unveiled the Galaxy Note 8 Enterprise Edition-a smartphone designed for the enterprise and SMB market, complete with enterprise-level customization, management, support, and security upgrades to the Galaxy Note 8.

After rumors, confirmations, and last minute leaks, the Galaxy S8 Oreo beta program has been formally launched by Samsung today.

Samsung describes the update as the Samsung Experience 9.0 that is "based on the Android OS", which is a amusing way of referring to your Android skin, but I'll just leave it at that. Performance and usability issues are to be expected in beta builds. In a press release, the company announced the launch of what it's calling Samsung Experience 9.0 Beta. Samsung makes TVs, regular flagships, OLED displays, appliances, and much more - it has plenty of legroom to continue trying to make enterprised-focused phones because even if those attempts fail, its whole business won't shatter into pieces.

According to the reports, the OTA from Nougat to Android Oreo Beta weighs in at around 1.4GB. It also comes with a choice of biometric authentication methods and Samsung's defense-grade Knox security platform. For instance, split screen and Notification Dots, but the latter has only been renamed to App Badge icons.



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