Samsung Galaxy S8, S8+ Android 8.0 Oreo rollout stopped

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The exact reason for the halt is unknown at this point.

While this means that some S8 owners are going to be stuck on a buggy software release, Samsung hadn't started to distribute the Oreo update worldwide, so the impact should be somewhat limited. However, there's no specific timeline mentioned by the company as of yet. Unfortunately, despite the lengthy testing period, the update didn't arrive without issues.

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Just in time for Valentine's Day, Samsung gave us a rather unpleasant treat by stopping its rollout of Android 8.0 Oreo for the Galaxy S8. After a long beta testing, nearly for around three months to be specific, the company started to roll out the final version, only to stop after a few days. The latest Android version managed to reach some regions including India, USA, Turkey, France and Poland.

The only image about the S9 we've seen from Samsung is the one above with the tagline, 'The camera. Now Samsung is revealing why: it was causing some phones to randomly reboot, according to a statement given to SamMobile. While Samsung investigates the matter, the rollout has been paused and a new version of the update is being worked on.

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Samsung first kicked off its Oreo rollout last week, with unlocked handsets in Germany among the first to receive it.

Alongside adding these features, the Oreo update also brings improvements to the overall performance of the devices as well as their battery life.

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