The Oreo refresh for the Samsung Galaxy S8 is as of now in testing with an open beta released in the UK, UK, US and South Korea a week ago. Now the company is already seeding the first update for the beta firmware squashing a pack of bugs found by the testers.
The Galaxy S5 and the Galaxy A7 2018 are clearly heading to move toward becoming bezel-less phones in spite of the fact that rest of their specification sheets still remains a puzzle. But since Samsung dispatches its Galaxy A phones in the early piece of the year we can expect that the company will launch them soon enough.
The current generation A5 and A7 2017 have been planned specifically to offer a flagship Galaxy S7-sort of involvement with a not all that flagship Galaxy S7-sort of pricing. The A5, specifically, looks ridiculously like the S7 inferable from its 5.2-inch compact form factor. It shares it assemble materials, which means, 3D glass – Corning Gorilla Glass 4 on the front – and metal on the sides also.
The A5 2017 also borrows two of the greatest features of the S7. It is IP68 certified for one, which makes it dust and water-resistant and furthermore it accompanies Samsung’s trademark Always-on display.
The update brings the October security fix and two or three new features. The clock on the Always On Display got new styles, while the notification shade picked up transparency settings. Some solidness changes for the Launcher and the company DeX station are likewise part of the 610MB update.
The beta test is yet to begin in its second wave of countries – Germany, Spain, France, Poland, India and China, so we are still some way off from the official Oreo update hitting the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+. Earlier a Samsung Turkey official said that is probably going to occur in mid-2018 and it creates the impression that may apply to all regions, not only his own.