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Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Sales Hit 1 Million Units in South Korea

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Sales Hit 1 Million Units in South Korea

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. If that's covered, then simply grab either the Samsung Members or Samsung+ app and enlist your device in the beta; it's available on the Play Store and on the Galaxy Apps. Once you install the app on your device, look for the "Galaxy Beta Program" option under "Registration" menu.

After rumors, confirmations, and last minute leaks, the Galaxy S8 Oreo beta program has been formally launched by Samsung today.

At 1.4GB, it's quite a large file, so make sure you have enough free storage on your phone and Samsung recommends carrying out a full backup of your phone before you go downloading and installing the beta software.

What does the new update offer?

Knox Configure allows IT administrators to remotely configure and deploy custom mobile features more quickly and securely, while E-FOTA allows them to manage a fleet of devices through a centralized OS, and schedule updates. If you own a Galaxy S8 or Galaxy S8+, you can try the Samsung Experience 9.0 beta program. For instance, split screen and Notification Dots, but the latter has only been renamed to App Badge icons. You can get this update on a WiFi network as well as mobile data network. History for search bar is also a part of the update.

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LG also launched a program for V30 owners, who can now apply to get early access to Android Oreo.

Most of the other things are same. Some users were talking about it in September also but people didn't pay attention towards them.

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