Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Enterprise Edition

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Enterprise Edition

If you want to avoid picking up a Google Pixel 2 XL now given the current worries over its display, the Galaxy Note 8 might be a good alternative. Further, the publication has said that the update will be coming to Germany, Spain, France, Poland, China, and India later. Interested users can get the new OS version by rolling in the Android Beta Programme. However, as part of Samsung Experience 9.0, the company has also started rolling out the developer version of Android 8.0 Oreo for the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus.

Samsung Experience - formerly known as TouchWiz until previous year - is basically Samsung's "skinned" version of Android, with tweaks and alterations baked-in for Galaxy-branded devices. Check your Samsung+ app to apply for the Samsung Experience 9.0 beta. Once registered, check for the updates in Settings Software Updates on your phone.

To enroll into the beta program, you must have Samsung+ app installed on your phone. Many are expecting the program to go live today, but one just can't be sure what Samsung eventually does. Not only does the the new software include a bunch of new emoji options, it also overhauls some of the older designs for the better. Users in the United States and South Korea need not fret about being left out because the beta is scheduled to go live in your regions from today as part of the first phase.

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Yahoo's Charles Robinson reported later Wednesday that Kaepernick will attend and that "players are happy to have him join". "He has been in discussion with the players coalition". "I don't have any confirmation that he is planning to attend".

For those unaware, however, Android 8.0 Oreo brings a plethora of exciting new features to the table, like support for Program-in-Picture (PiP), notification channels, adaptive icons, circular emoji and, of course, a new Easter egg. However, it's unclear if all those improvements will make it into Samsung's version of the update. For more information, stay tuned with us.

The Galaxy Note 8 Enterprise Edition offers product lifecycle support services, and devices receive regular monthly security updates for up to three years.