03 November, 2017
Samsung Experience 9.0 is based on Android Oreo and will be the version it releases with its next Galaxy flagship, which presumably will be called the Galaxy S9. 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.
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As of now, the beta will be only available on T-Mobile, Sprint, and unlocked version of the Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus. Just tap on it and you'll be enrolled in Samsung Galaxy beta program.
Some users of the service Reddit that claim to already have access to the beta, saying that after the update the phone works much faster. Now if you want something ultra-thin, providing protection from minor scratches and scuffs while retaining the phone's design, then Peel's brand new cases might be for you... You may also notice new emojis and changes on the long press menu. The full changelog is available in the gallery down under. The update does include Android 8.0 Oreo as well. That can be found in both Galaxy Apps and Google Play stores. But while Samsung's official release is naturally vague, beta testers have been far more generous in sharing details of what all owners can look forward to when the final update rolls out. Currently, Oreo represents 0.2 percent of the roughly two billion Android devices in use today. The camera app also got a fresh redesign and the overall battery life is also improved. And finally in United Kingdom users who have purchased the devices from the open market or the update will be available on operator unlocked versions.