Samsung Galaxy S8 Android 8.0 Oreo Update: Top Features + What's New!



Alex dives into what’s coming in the Samsung Galaxy S8 (and S8 Plus) Android 8.0 Oreo update!

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45 Replies to “Samsung Galaxy S8 Android 8.0 Oreo Update: Top Features + What's New!”

  1. crystal valentin

    Worst update ever!!! Dont update ur phone!!! Dropped calls. No phone call pop up during lock screen. Drag down button to get to the call now. I hate it!! Samsung wth are u doing!!!

  2. don taylor

    So are they going 2 send out the 8.1 update for s8+. Half year later just receiving the 8.0 bs. Android p is n beta I'm cool on Samsung after this phone. Lol

  3. Douglas Jones

    I think the pic in pic feature is the stupidest thing and people at first may think its cool…..why would u want to be watching you tube and at same time send a email as if u cannot let your brain and eyes rest, people dont see what google is doing and that is to keep your brain train to constant media and phone…

  4. jillian go

    one week ago i had OTA update android and samsung experience (smartwiz)
    i encountered bugs
    1. in slowmotion video. when im editing the slowmo part. when the timeline streched it causes error
    2. at secure folder. opening app is so slow. if u become idle it wil turn off and when un turn on the screen u will see nothing but the wallpaper.

    all of this are resolved by clearing the idle apps. but why shud i do that evrytime

    pls some1 help me.
    how can i go bak to android nougat when evrrything was perfect.

  5. Parminder Singh

    The little things bug me. Such as the removal of app info when holding the app shortcuts, no vibration for the edge panel, and the giant app icon frames (which you can't change).

  6. Tomo

    Have you ever long pres any home button before oreo?what bunch a new stuff are you talking about?
    They remowed only useful shortcut and that is app info.
    Now you have to go all around settings to come to app manager

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