Check Out which Samsung Smartphones will Get Android Oreo Update

After successfully completing Android Oreo beta update for Samsung Galaxy S9, the company is now planning to bring this update to its other devices. According to some reports, Samsung is working to bring Android Oreo update to its some recent devices. Check Out which Samsung Smartphones will Get Android Oreo Update.

All these Samsung Smartphones will Get Android Oreo Update very Soon

  • Galaxy Note 8
  • Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 edge
  • Galaxy A5 and A3 (2017)
  • Galaxy Tab S3

Samsung has not confirmed when these devices will get Android Oreo update. But we are pretty sure that soon we will Android Oreo in these devices.

Recently, Samsung has announced its fourth quarter report.  According to the company, there is KRW 65.98 trillion in consolidated revenue and KRW 15.15 trillion in operating profit for the fourth quarter of 2017.

For More Details Also Read: Samsung Electronics Announces Huge Fourth Quarter Operating Profits

Google has also bought some improvements in Android Oreo. Here are some other prominent features of Android O:

  • Notification Shade: In Android O, there is a little re-ordering of the toggles. Moreover, it also takes up a little more space on-screen.
  • Notification Handling: As for notification handling, the new software has come with some advancement.  If you long press on a notification you’ll see a toggle for Notifications.
  • Quick Setting: New version of Android provides better quick setting. When you open up the Quick Settings screen, you’ll see we still have different color schemes for the Pixels compared to Nexus devices.
  • App Badges: Android O provides native support for app badges. With this feature, app icon will show you your unread notification count etc
  • keyboard Navigation: This feature will allow you to get a better operating system support if they ever want to use keyboard based arrow and tab navigation capabilities.
  • Picture in Picture Display: The new Android O features picture in picture display. Now the users can get the multiple window in a screen. Moreover, users will watch the video in picture in picture display.

See AlsoGoogle Announces Android Oreo Update with Improved Security Features

Onsa Mustafa

Onsa is a Software Engineer and a tech blogger focuses on innovation in technology. She likes music, photography, traveling and exploring nature.
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