Oreo Android 8.0 Beta will soon be available for Samsung gadgets

Terry Joseph
November 3, 2017

When you buy a Galaxy Note 8 from T-Mobile, you can get $200 in Samsung Pay credit from Samsung. For everyone else this update so far.

Samsung hasn't given any indication as to how long the beta phase will last for, or when the general public can expect to receive the update.

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Previously known as TouchWiz, the beta offers customers a chance to try out new features launching in the Galaxy ecosystem. The $994 device was detailed in a press release earlier today, with authorized Samsung partners taking orders for the "business-first" phablet from today. As ... Just ask Google Pixel and Nexus users afflicted with various mystery software conditions after updating to the latest OS version.

Signing up for the Oreo beta is as easy as logging into the Samsung Members app on your phone to register, and then waiting for the OTA to reach your Galaxy S8 or S8 Plus. If you own a Galaxy S8 or Galaxy S8+, you can try the Samsung Experience 9.0 beta program. More importantly, do not use this device as your primary smartphone with the beta version. Owners of these devices in South Korea, UK, and the U.S. will have an opportunity to test it. However, if you know what you are getting into, it is a good opportunity to learn of all the new features coming with Android Oreo. However, it's unclear if all those improvements will make it into Samsung's version of the update. Better still, anybody who picked up a Note 8 between October 20 and now can retroactively get the $200 credit - go here for more details. Earlier this week, Samsung unveiled Galaxy Note 8 Enterprise Edition - its latest offering created to meet the requirements of the enterprise market.

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