Android Oreo brings with it a couple of perfect new features and tricks, including improved security and better battery life, and another new system for setting some notification as more essential than others – as long as the applications you’re utilizing have been updated to support the feature.




Obviously, Samsung will add its own touches best of the core OS – a skin once known as TouchWiz and now referred to as the Samsung Experience – so there may well be a few surprises in store. Support for Dolby Atmos is one element we’ve already seen mentioned.

You don’t have to start mashing the system update button right now, but it shouldn’t be too some time before the new software arrives, and we’ll tell you when it does. It may even turn up before Samsung’s 2018 flagship phone does, the Galaxy S9.



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