Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Starts Updating To Android Oreo Earlier Than Expected

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Starts Updating To Android Oreo Earlier Than Expected

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Starts Updating To Android Oreo Earlier Than Expected

Now, using our guide for firmware installation on Samsung devices, install the BRB2 update. The phone was about to get the update on March 30. The South Korean company hasn't confirmed the rollout as yet, however, users report the update has begun in France.

Earlier, Samsung's last year's flagship smartphones, Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ got the same update. However, the Galaxy Note 8 handsets in France are now receiving the update as attached from the image above. It's also being said that it isn't a beta update, but a stable release.

Unlike other smartphones, the new Android 8.0 Oreo for Samsung devices would come with this newly designed Experience 9 customUI. The giant make sure to update more of their devices to this latest update as soon as possible.

If you are Note 8 users from France, you should be able to download the Android Oreo update from the Settings " Software update menu on your device. It includes the March security patch.




Huawei smartphone users, get in here! Do not set up the device fully, And do connect it to the Wi-Fi network.

Android 8.0 Oreo, as we've reported in the past, transports a slew of neat new features, such as support for Picture-in-Picture (PiP), notification channels, adaptive icons and circular emoji, as well as a number of much-needed bug fixes.

When on BRB2 build on your Galaxy Note 8, check for an update. An update like this is always spread out gradually by OEMs, which means that if luck is not on your side, you may have to wait a further 2-3 weeks until your turn comes. We will let you know once Oreo update for Note8 starts rolling out in other markets.

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