Android Oreo has had a slow rollout so far, though a attainment on renouned inclination is certain to assistance out with that. Lately, Samsung has been beta contrast Oreo on a Galaxy S8, and today, a third refurbish to that beta is accessible in a United States.
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This latest beta refurbish doesn’t deliver any crazy new facilities or redesigns, though rather improves on what’s already accessible with Oreo on a S8. That’s to say, it fixes a lot of issues that beta testers have noticed.
The extensive changelog collected by SamMobile mentions fixes for incoming call and camera errors, as good as regulating latency that can be speckled around many areas of a software. It privately calls out loiter when unlocking around a fingerprint sensor, and when regulating Samsung’s keyboard, both areas that would positively be vitriolic if they extended to a final build.
Samsung does privately discuss one “new” underline as well, a ability to hide a presentation for “apps using in a background.” This underline was combined to Android 8.0 Oreo to a dismay of many enthusiasts, and while we can invalidate it simply in Android 8.1 (or with a third-party app), we’re blissful to see Samsung giving a users a local choice to spin it off.
If you’re enrolled in Samsung’s Oreo beta program, we should see this OTA any time now if we haven’t already.