It is not long before the final version, the all-consumer upgrade finally reaches the Samsung Galaxy S8 and Samsung Galaxy S8 +. Android Oreo 8.0 will bring several enhancements to these gorgeous tops and an update that should really get you excited.
It's not just a minor marginal update to correct some bugs or improve battery life. No, far from it. It's a whole new version of Google's mobile operating system. Android Oreo was unveiled on August 21 and is finally getting ready to reach the two tops of the South Korean giant.
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While the final stable update will reach Samsung Galaxy S8 and Samsung Galaxy S8 + users from the end of January, some versions are already circulating. beta. Incidentally, the South Korean technology has just made available a new test version / beta.
Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 + Receive New Android Oreo Beta Build
The brand is dubbing this new 2nd beta build for some markets like Indian. In Europe this new beta build has not yet been distributed and may not even reach this market. Especially given the advance of the calendar and the expected arrival of the final version later this month.
The software version of this new Android Oreo Beta build ends in ZQLE. It mostly brings bug fixes or bugs. Moreover, it adds little more, at least according to the changelog official. This seems to be the brand's immediate goal, to eliminate errors so that the final version for both Samsung Galaxy S8 and Samsung Galaxy S8 + will soon arrive.
To check the availability of the new Android Oreo beta build – if you are enrolled in the beta program – go to Settings. Then, in Software Updates clicks Download. If the software is already available, your download will start automatically.
The upgrade weighs in at about 613MB so you should download it over a Wi-Fi connection. This way you won't overload your data plan. Also charge the battery of your device with at least 50% charge before proceeding with any installation.
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