It's an unlocked device as a result, with some of its chief attractions being Samsung Knox Configure and Samsung Enterprise Firmware Over the Air, which let IT administrators easily configure the devices remotely and update every device in the system at once.
So far, we know that the upcoming Samsung Galaxy A 2018 family will ship with some significant upgrades over the 2017 series and from the benchmarks, we can reveal that the Galaxy A7 2018 will ship with an Exynos 7885 SoC mated with 6GB RAM, twice the amount on the Galaxy A7 2017. Along with standard security issues, this will also fix the Blueborne vulnerability which has been a major deal for the last couple of months.
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.
According to the leak, Samsung will open up its Android 8.0 beta for the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus on November 2 at 11 a.m. The second wave will cover regions like China, France, Germany, India, Poland, and Spain. That's $50 more than the normal version.
Speaking of, the Galaxy Note 8 Enterprise Edition will receive regular monthly security updates for up to three years.
If you own Galaxy S8 or S8+ in one of the target areas, you'll be able to register for the beta through the Samsung Members app or Samsung+ as it's known in North America. Sounds like you might be taking a drive to your local T-Mobile store today or tomorrow.More news: Several Lehigh Valley hospitals earn top safety grade
According to another Reddit user who claims to have gotten early access to the beta on their Galaxy S8, the phone runs a lot faster and more smoothly after the update.
So below, we will explain the process to join the Galaxy Beta Program and get yourself some Oreo treats when Samsung releases the beta.
While devices like the Galaxy Note 8 and Galaxy S7 will nearly certainly run Android Oreo at some point, some popular devices could miss out on the upgrade. Recently Samsung has rolled out October security patch to its flagship devices and some other mid range devices.
The regional arm didn't confirm a specific date nor did it confirm specific devices.
First, you're going to have to download the 'Samsung+' app from the Galaxy Apps Store or the Play Store.