Samsung Galaxy S8 And S8 Plus Finally Receiving Android 8.0 Oreo Update

Gwen Vasquez
February 9, 2018

Earlier today, the Update has started rolling out in Germany but it is expected to roll out in other countries over the coming weeks.

This walkthrough will tell you how to backup your data, show you some ways to get familiar with Android Oreo, and provide you with a few tips that will come in handy as you start your transition from Android Nougat to the latest version of Android.

In a freakish turn of events, someone in Vietnam received a stable build of Android 8 Oreo along with Experience UI on their Galaxy S7 Edge.

The update will first be available to Galaxy S8 owners who were beta testers for Android 8.0.

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Nearly six months after Google officially launched the Android 8.0 Oreo, Samsung has released the updated operating system for the first of its devices.

We also know that Samsung Galaxy S8 still has to receive the final Oreo version, and this should happen really soon.

Whether or not you are a beta user, you can manually update from Nougat to Oreo by simply navigating to Settings - Software Update.

Aside from the Galaxy S8, other Samsung handsets should also be updated to Oreo, including the Galaxy Note 8, the Galaxy S8 Active, the Galaxy Note FE, the Galaxy S7 series, as well as various Galaxy A, Galaxy J and Galaxy C devices. Some Galaxy S8 users might get the Oreo update six months after it first rolled out to Nexus and Pixel users. All the users around the world were eagerly waiting for this update as all the other giants have already pushed the stable Oreo update for their respective high-end Android devices.

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