Samsung releases Android Oreo update for SIM-free Galaxy Note 8 devices in the UK

It’s too late, but Samsung is not ready to give up. The company has released an official Android upgrade to the existing Galaxy Note SIM-free units in the UK. The Android Oreo update is now rolling out to the SIM-free Samsung Galaxy Note 8 devices in the country. This new major upgrade brings Android 8.0 Oreo and Samsung Experience 9.0 to the devices. The same update has started rolling out to the devices in other countries last week; now it is time to hit the UK.

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Review
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Samsung Galaxy Note 8 with most top Hardware specs in the market manages very well in delivering a flabbergasting performance to the user, with the company’s own 10nm Exynos 8895 SoC and 6GB RAM. Performance wise, the device oud does not feel as lagging or stuck on some screen. The humongous amount of RAM helps the device to retain its stability in heavy multitasking usage. While there is too much of Data, WI-Fi/Hotspot or GPS, the device gets slightly warm but not that much heating.

The Super AMOLED display on Samsung Galsy Note 8 feels sharp and crispy and has an optimum level of brightness. As the devices having an unusual 18.5:9 aspect ratio in display size, you will experience a little lag, frame skip and stuck while running the Big game on the device. The Full HD+ Resolution mode id in display resolution is much helpful in watching movies, games, etc. Read full review.

The official update weighs around 1.5GB, and you can get it right now. The update takes your device to the N950FXXU3CRB build. It comes with March 2018 security patches as well. If you don’t see the update notification yet, go to Settings > Software update > Download updates manually. Kindly let us know in the comment section if you see an upgrade notification on your personal device.

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