Samsung starts rolling out Android 8.0 Oreo update for the Galaxy S8


The good news is that it looks like we didn't have to wait too long because the Oreo update is now rolling out to Galaxy S8 users.

Nearly six months after Google officially launched the Android 8.0 Oreo, Samsung has released the updated operating system for the first of its devices. Moreover, the company has not made any official announcement about the Oreo update for Galaxy S7 edge.

To check if it's available for you, simply navigate to Settings Software Update on your device. Well, it is finally here and you would soon receive the update on your Galaxy S8 phone. If it has been rolled out to your device, you will see the prompt for a manual download.

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Samsung has just ended the Oreo Beta testing program a couple of weeks ago on January 15th. The report says that the beta testers will first get the update followed by existing owners now on Nougat. The new firmware weighs 487MB.

Alternatively, you might also get a notification for the availability of the software update. It adds that other countries and regions will follow. All the users around the world were eagerly waiting for this update as all the other giants have already pushed the stable Oreo update for their respective high-end Android devices. For example, Samsung has not released the update for the Galaxy Note 8.