Samsung rolls out Android Oreo update for Galaxy Note8

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It comes with firmware version N950FXXU3CRC1 and also contains the March 2018 security patch. With the T-Mobile Galaxy S8 Oreo update, Magenta has taken the second spot on that list. The company has not given the schedule of the update for different variants of the device.

Rumors from various outlets hinted a March release date for the Android 8.0 Oreo which seems to be accurate given the recent reports.

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It is noted the battery is a 3.85V, 3,500mAh, 13.48Wh unit, which is the same specification as the version used in the Galaxy S8+ and the infamous Note 7. The update weighs in at just over 1.5GB which is to be expected since it's a major Android platform update. To recall, the Galaxy Note 8 had passed the WFA alliance running Android 8.0 Oreo last month. This means that users will get to use Samsung Experience 9.0 software along with notable changes that Google introduced with Android 8.0 Oreo, including the Picture-in-Picture mode, app shortcuts, notifications channels, notification dots, faster boot-up time, tweaks for the home screen and much more. Phones in France may have been the first to enjoy these updates, but users in other countries would most likely receive the update for Note 8 soon. It features 6.3-inch 2K Super AMOLED Infinity display. The smartphone is powered by the company's Exynos 8895 processor with 6GB RAM. The front camera is 8MP with f/1.7 aperture.

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.

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