Samsung's work-focused Note 8 has better support than your phone

Posted November 03, 2017

But for everyone else, that update is still out of reach. When you buy a Galaxy Note 8 from T-Mobile, you can get $200 in Samsung Pay credit from Samsung.

The beta also introduces Oreo-only features that are mostly unchanged by Samsung. One Reddit user recently did some digging in the Samsung Plus app (which offers tips and access to special programs in the U.S.) and discovered multiple mentions of something called the Oreo Beta Program.

Samsung's Galaxy Note 8 Enterprise Edition comes with the promise of monthly security updates for up to three years.

Currently, the Beta version is available in South Korea, U.S. and the U.K. Users in South Korea, who have purchased the Samsung device from carriers like SKT, KT, and LG U+ will be getting the updates. Assuming you find the option, you'll register and then head into Settings Software update Download updates to check for the beta file.

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It seems pretty simple a distinction, but making a phone for enterprise users is actually more nuanced than just preloading a bunch of business apps on a handset.

The most important reason to update your Android and install the latest version of this Emoji. Users in the US 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.

If you're sick and exhausted of dealing with Android problems on your Galaxy S8 (or another device), and you've got a Galaxy S8 lying around, think about trying the Galaxy S8 Oreo beta. However, it's unclear if all those improvements will make it into Samsung's version of the update. It's not ideal yet so we can expect a few bugs and issues here and there.

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