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Samsung starts rolling out Android Oreo update for Galaxy S8 and S8+

Samsung Galaxy S8 fans have faced a lengthy wait for the Android Oreo update, with it nearly 100 days since the beta for the new OS first began. The update will add new features like a new keyboard, improvements in Bixby, the color lens for the display and many more.

Post getting Oreo update, users can enjoy different features. Heard about accidental Galaxy S7 edge Oreo update?

The DeX dock that launched alongside the Samsung Galaxy S8 was a nice idea.

The availability of the update has begun in Germany, however, there is not confirmation as to when it will reach other regions. As mentioned earlier there have been no numbers for the Exynos 9810 on the Samsung Galaxy S9 and hence its hard to actually compare these numbers with other devices.

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Samsung Galaxy S8+ Android 8.0 Oreo upgrade is available with firmware version G955XXU1CRAP, and it is 487MB in size for beta testers. We expect the pre-orders to start from the first week of March with estimated shipping date around March 16, 2018. The Samsung Galaxy S9 will make its first appearance on February 25, so make sure to not miss it.

The update is much needed at a time when other flagships are rising.

In the above image of the dock the viewpoint spins round so you are looking from behind the phone connector - with the Samsung Galaxy S9 cradled firmly in place.

It's unclear when the Galaxy S8 Oreo kernel sources for the Snapdragon-powered models of these devices will be offered. If you want to skip the queue, you might want to keep hitting the "Download updates manually" option in the Settings menu until the update comes your way. The company has also improved the security feature for Samsung Pay.

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