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Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus to get Android Oreo on Verizon, T-Mobile And Sprint


Samsung Galaxy S8 and the bigger Galaxy S8 Plus will celebrate one year one week from now, and they’re getting, at last, the hotly anticipated Android Oreo update in the US.

Three of four noteworthy US transporters, i.e Verizon, T-Mobile and Sprint, all want the enormous Android 8.0 Oreo operating system update to come to 2017’s Samsung’s flagship smartphone.

So far, this new software rollout excludes the Galaxy Note 8, however, that is coming soon, as well, as indicated by an official announcement we got from Samsung.

They are starting to roll out Android Oreo to choose US Galaxy smartphones, beginning with the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+, as said by a Samsung representative who shared this piece of information with TechRadar. He also stated that Galaxy Note 8 will come soon after.

About features

You can utilize picture-in-picture feature to run two supported applications at once, which is extraordinary for tracking directions in little corners of the Google Maps window while looking at your emails to check the address again. What’s more, Google’s product will have the capacity to remember logins and passwords because of the upgraded autofill functions.

The present update likewise incorporates the most up to date form of Samsung Experience 9.0 that just appeared on the Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus. You’ll have keyboard shortcuts, a more brilliant internal search and a more educational Bixby AI, this on account of Bixby instructions.

We’re not sure of AT&T’s opinion on when to expect the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus on its network to make the Android Oreo bounce.

Shouldn’t be something said about AT&T?

At this moment, the two Samsung Galaxy S8 smartphones on AT&T are utilizing Android Nougat, with the most recent update being the one from the 9th of March, for an Android 7.0 security patch. And that’s about it.

We nearly experienced Android Oreo on the Samsung Galaxy S8 in the US before this. After the S8 Oreo beta version, there was the first endeavour at an update, yet it was yanked due to a mysterious software reboot bug.