Install for AutoFill & More
The Samsung Experience 9.0 UI is a big part of the company's Android Oreo update, but Galaxy A users also get some of the base level Oreo features from Google.
In addition to the new UI, Galaxy A users should gain access to Notification dots, Notification snoozing, Autofill API, Adaptive Icons, and improved copy and paste. Android Oreo also includes a picture-in-picture mode that's a bonus for those who love to multitask.
If you're unfamiliar with Google's Android 8.0 features, you should take a look at our Android 8.0 Oreo vs. Android Nougat walkthrough.
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