Meanwhile, Android Headlines report that Galaxy Note 8 owners in France already started receiving Android 8.0 updates. It is unclear when Samsung will make Android 8.0 Oreo update available to Galaxy Note 8 users in India. It comes with firmware version N950FXXU3CRC1 and also contains the March 2018 security patch. The Android 8.0 update version G950USQU2CRB9 for the Galaxy S8 weighs 1.55 GB while the version G955USQU2CRB9 for the S8 Plus is 1.51 GB. The main difference between Galaxy Note 8 and Galaxy S8 and S8+ is the S-Pen stylus. Changes include standard Oreo things, like picture-in-picture, Autofill, and notification dots, as well as Samsung-exclusive features like more Edge lighting effects, Dual Messenger, and more. This phone is priced at Rs 67,900 in India. It features 6.3-inch 2K Super AMOLED Infinity display. However, they encountered an issue which caused devices to reboot while running Android 8.0. The company has not given the schedule of the update for different variants of the device.
The new variable aperture rear camera introduced in this model, which can switch between f/1.5 and f/2.4 for one sensor, is revealed to use a pair of rotating rings that move into place when required.
Samsung rolls out Android Oreo update for Galaxy Note8
T-mobile subscribers who own Samsung's 2017 flagship phones will have something to look forward to as Android 8.0 updates are finally here. This is a 4G-LTE enabled smartphone, and it is dust and water-resistant with an IP68 rated.
The device will feature a possibly larger battery than Note 8's 3,300 mAh battery and of course, Android P support.