Samsung starts rolling out Android 8.0 Oreo update for the Galaxy S8


However, Samsung hasn't given a timetable for the Oreo roll-out globally.

When it comes to the Galaxy S6, it is hard to say if this phone will ever receive Android 8.0 Oreo. It is also quite possible that someone may have leaked the update on goal. As we know, the beta program ended a few weeks back and the company is still working on Android 8.0 update for Galaxy S7 and S7 edge.

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We also know that Samsung Galaxy S8 still has to receive the final Oreo version, and this should happen really soon. If it has been rolled out to your device, you will see the prompt for a manual download.

The update weighs 487MB for those who are already on the Oreo beta version.

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Whether or not you are a beta user, you can manually update from Nougat to Oreo by simply navigating to Settings - Software Update. We are yet to receive the same on the Galaxy S8 phone. The report says that the beta testers will first get the update followed by existing owners now on Nougat. Similarly, it will eventually make its way out of Germany to other regions.

Previously, the blog had said that the update should arrive by the end of February and, indeed, that could still represent an overall timeframe, given the scale of a global software rollout. For example, Samsung has not released the update for the Galaxy Note 8.

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