Android Oreo has been available in beta for a Galaxy S8 for a satisfactory while now, though a association has been still on when a open recover would flog off. However, now a beta has ended, and a subsequent recover will be a final build…
The best gifts for Android users
Yesterday, Samsung sent out notifications to Galaxy S8 owners on a Oreo beta module that mentioned that a module would finish on Jan 26th, and extended interjection to those who participated (via Android Police).
Dear beta users,
A large THANK YOU for your strenuous response to a Samsung Experience 9.0 beta. Your feedback about performance, reliability, and usability has helped us to recover some-more reliable, softened behaving program and yield an softened knowledge for Samsung users.
It’s critical to note that this doesn’t meant beta builds can’t be used anymore, though rather, that Samsung won’t be releasing another beta build. Instead, a final Android Oreo build will be a subsequent refurbish available.
Unfortunately, Samsung hasn’t common when this refurbish will be accessible to users. However, given how good Oreo was using on a Galaxy S8 in beta, we can substantially assume that a final refurbish will start a rollout soon. Of course, carriers and variants will delayed down a process…