One good thing is that the company also considered its two-year-old flagships from the S and the Note line are also getting. "They've asked that the device offer built-in and centralized device configuration and security solutions, and that it include the option to support both single-carrier and multi-carrier deployment strategies", said Kerry McGonigal, CEO, Hyperion Partners - a member of Samsung Team of Empowered Partners.
According to information, Samsung will provide access to the beta version 8.0 for Android Galaxy and Galaxy S8 S8 Plus November 2 at 11:00 (without time zone) then you will be able to access it through the app Samsung Plus. Also, you need to make sure that your device has 60% or more battery left, to successfully install this update, or else it will fail in the middle of the process. This means that despite the phone model being one of the newest to come out from Samsung, the Galaxy A series will not be running on the latest Android operating system, which is Oreo. "We call this the IT Paradox, and the Note8 Enterprise Edition helps solve it by providing simple and comprehensive tools for IT to manage and secure their mobile environment, while giving users a device they will love". It ships unlocked, and Samsung is calling it the first true "business-first" mobile offering for this product line.
Additionally, the enterprise version of the Note8 will receive more regular security updates for up to three years.
First, you're going to have to download the 'Samsung+' app from the Galaxy Apps Store or the Play Store.
The phone will have Android 7.1.1 Nougat out of the box. If yours is affected too, let us know in your comments below.