Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Android Oreo Update Starts Rolling out

Galaxy Note 8

Galaxy Note 8

As you may already know, Samsung is now rolling out Oreo update for the Galaxy Note 8 users in Europe, and probably Asia too.

Samsung has just launched the latest smartphones from the company in the flagship lineup last month which were named as the Galaxy S9 and the S9 Plus. The baseband version for the Note8's Android 8.0, also known as Samsung Experience 9.0, is N950FXXU3CRC1. From the post, the update brings build number (C636) for the dual-SIM worldwide model of both the standard P10 (VTR-L29) and the larger P10 Plus (VKY-L29). It is worth noting that the beta program for the Galaxy Note 8 has already been running for the device and the beta testers have been using Android 8.0 Oreo but the official update has not been rolled out by Samsung. It includes the March security patch.

If we talk about the latest Experience 9, it will bring advanced search option, improved Keyboard with an ability to change the background color and customising the keyboard, finder gains search card for the contacts, easy file search, customised settings, advanced Bixby with a lot of additional options which are essential to make the UI of your device more user friendly. Do not set up the device fully, And do connect it to the Wi-Fi network. The Oreo update will bring features such as Auto-form filling, new Quick Settings, customised Settings menu, Notification dots, updated notification panel and much more.

When on BRB2 build on your Galaxy Note 8, check for an update.

Being an OTA update, we understand that it might take a while before it starts to hit your device. However, the Galaxy Note 8 handsets in France are now receiving the update as attached from the image above. (You may want to restart the device first).