Samsungs Galaxy S8 and S8+ users can now download beta version of Android Oreo running its custom Experience 9.0 UI. Samsung is rolling out beta version of the Experience 9.0 to select consumers in selected markets. Unfortunately, Indian Galaxy S8 and S8+ users are not on the marked list of countries where Samsung is offering Experience 9.0 for beta testing. AS if today, users of the US, UK, and South Korea are entitled to the preview the Oreo on their S8 and S8+.

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How To install Oreo Beta In Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+:

To initiate the process, a user must possess a Galaxy S8 and S8+ device all you have to do is register with Samsung Members apps or Samsung+ application which you can download either from the Google Play store or Galaxy Apps store. Now, sign up for the beta and follow the instructions.

The whole drill is to test its latest UI and get the first impression before stable launch. “The beta period will allow Samsung to gather helpful insights and feedback from customers on their first impressions of the Samsung Experience 9.0 beta’s performance and usability during the testing period to develop a more reliable, high-performing software package.” Samsung said in a press statement.

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Samsung’s new Experience 9.0 is exclusively designed to work on top of Android Oreo. In its press statement, Samsung promised a worldwide Oreo update on all its Galaxy S8, S8+ and Note 8 devices by early next year. Alongside the latest flagships, Samsung may also bring the Oreo update to select old phones like the Galaxy S7 or J, A, and C series devices.

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