The sales of Samsung's Galaxy Note 8 smartphone in South Korea have reached 1 million units in a little over a month's time after the device hit local shelves, industry data showed on Thursday. The new update can be availed through "Samsung Experience 9.0" in the USA, the United Kingdom and South Korea. The Galaxy beta program may be provided via theSamsung Members app or the Samsung+ app for the US, which are available through the Google Play store or Galaxy Apps, depending on the user's country of residence.
The crucial question, of course, is when Samsung plans to roll out a final, stable version of Android Oreo for all Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus owners, because it took until January before Android Nougat reached Galaxy S7 and S7 edge users this year.
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The issue has been reported by Galaxy Note 8 owners in the US, UK, and Spain with baseband versions N950USQU1AQI5 and N950FXXU1AQHB.
Samsung has announced a new version of its Galaxy Note 8 smartphone designed specifically for corporate users. Samsung said its monthly patches are created to mimic those on the PC side, where Microsoft and other companies offer up regular security updates to keep critical hardware secure. The beta program has been referred to as the Samsung Experience 9.0 beta, which will be based on Android Oreo and be featured with the Samsung S9. The company says that the final version of the OS will launch on the next "flagship Galaxy device". The Galaxy Note 8 Enterprise Edition is similar to Note 8. For now, Samsung is rolling out the beta program to limited customers.