Android Oreo has been available on Pixel and Nexus devices for the greater part of the previous month, and that is shortly going to expand to more devices like that the Nokia 8 and Essential Phone. However, it seems that Samsung is also working on bringing Oreo to the Galaxy S8, and it might arrive fairly soon.
The report claims that when the beta update gets analyzed, the final Android 8.0 update for its Galaxy S8 phones may be rolled out much quicker compared to last year’s Nougat update for its Galaxy S7. Apparently, Samsung is using multi-CSC firmware, which ought to guarantee faster updates. CSC stands for Consumer Software Customization and describes specific regional or carrier firmware versions.
Another record has surfaced that indicates Samsung will launch a beta application to the Oreo update shortly. The guys at Sammobile have encounter new Oreo firmware versions for both devices with version variety G950FXXE1ZQI7 and G955FXXU1ZQI7.
Obviously, we still do not have any timeframe for when this beta app may establish, but it’s apparent Samsung is actively working on bringing Oreo to those 2 phones. That is good to see, especially since updates following Oreo ought to be even quicker.