Published: Thu, November 02, 2017
Tech | By Constance Martin

Mobile selling Galaxy Note 8 for $130 off, Samsung also offering deal

Mobile selling Galaxy Note 8 for $130 off, Samsung also offering deal

Along with standard security issues, this will also fix the Blueborne vulnerability which has been a major deal for the last couple of months.

Samsung is also committed to providing the Note 8 Enterprise Edition with monthly security updates for three whole years, which should lessen some of the worry about company devices getting ruined by exploits and malicious software. While many Redditors gave also pointed out that the Galaxy S8/S8+ users in the United Kingdom may get the early access to the update. It would also make upgrading a batch of phones to Android Oreo 8.0 easier, if a company should choose to do so.

So far, affected units of Samsung Galaxy Note 8 have model numbers SM-N950U (all four major carriers), SM-N950F (unlocked European) and SM-N950D (dual-SIM version). There is no word yet on whether the S8 enterprise version will be arriving in the USA too, but we've reached out to Samsung and will update here when we receive a response. Which bring fixes for 215 vulnerabilities in the Android operating system.

Is your Samsung Galaxy Note 8 among those experiencing device freezes? You'll need to log into the Samsung+ Application and look for the beta registration option at the top.

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Some users of the service Reddit that claim to already have access to the beta, saying that after the update the phone works much faster. The listing reveals that the chipset will support Bluetooth 5.0, meaning that both of them could come with Bluetooth 5.0 connectivity.

The OTA from stable Nougat to Oreo is about 1.4GB.

Samsung hasn't announced an official roll out date for Android 8.0 Oreo, but Samsung Turkey recently confirmed plans to release Android 8.0 Oreo starting in early 2018. Until then, keep an eye on the Samsung Plus app if you want to test out Android 8.0 on your Galaxy S8.

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