How to register for Galaxy S8 Oreo beta program

Marlene Weaver
November 2, 2017

Apart from the Android 8.0 Oreo Goodies including new Settings and Notification panel UI, Picture in Picture (PIP), Adaptive icons, Autofill, Notification timeout, Samsung has add several new features to the Samsung Experience 9.0.

Android 8.0 Oreo is Google's latest OS version but it is still far from reach for many Android devices.

Customization with Simplified Deployment & Management: The Galaxy Note8 Enterprise Edition offers both Samsung Knox Configure and Samsung Enterprise Firmware Over the Air (E-FOTA) to help reduce downtime and simplify the complexity of enterprise-wide smartphone deployments. We would recommend only those who don't mind a few bugs here and there, to try the Oreo beta update.

The community forums on the U.S. website for Samsung have been up at arms about the Note 8 with baseband version N950USQU1AQI5.

The second phase will reportedly include China, France, Germany, India, Poland, and Spain. You will need to register for or sign-in to your Samsung account in order to complete this process.

Verizon surprisingly has started rolling out the latest Security update for the following Samsung devices on its Network. Sounds like you might be taking a drive to your local T-Mobile store today or tomorrow.

Some users of the service Reddit that claim to already have access to the beta, saying that after the update the phone works much faster.

Now, in a new report that has just surfaced thanks to the Bluetooth SIG, it appears that the massive 6GB RAM is not the only feature that the Galaxy A 2018 family, specifically the Galaxy A5 2018 and Galaxy A7 2018, will borrow from the Galaxy Note 8 and S8.

Phones like the Samsung Galaxy S6 and Samsung Galaxy Note 5 fall outside Samsung's standard two years of software support which means they'll probably stick around on Android Nougat. Until then, keep an eye on the Samsung Plus app if you want to test out Android 8.0 on your Galaxy S8.

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