Galaxy S8 Oreo update arrives just ahead of S9

Galaxy S8 Oreo update arrives just ahead of S9

Galaxy S8 Oreo update arrives just ahead of S9

Version SM-G955XXU1CRAP — is now rolling out in Germany.

A user in Vietnam has apparently received Android 8.0 Oreo update on their Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge.

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The rollout appears to have begun in Germany, with Allaboutsamsung.de reporting that the final release update is heading to Beta testers now.

As stated, the update is now rolling out only for the Galaxy S8 users in Germany. We're told photo and video quality has enlarged significantly compared to last year's flagship Galaxy phones, which would be magnificent taking into account performance of Samsung's smartphone cameras were in 2017.

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On the Galaxy S8 specifically, the Oreo update will deliver the latest Samsung interface: Samsung Experience 9.0. In 24 hours, regular Galaxy S8 and S8+ users who are still on Nougat should get the full Oreo upgrade. If it's available, you'll be prompted to start a manual download. If the handset is set up to automatically install software updates, you may open your phone at some point and be surprised by Oreo's sudden presence.

The Oreo update should be about 487MB, although that will be smaller if you've been using the beta, and it comes with the February 2018 security patch. And yes, Samsung has added the Dual Apps feature to the Samsung Experience UX, finally.

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