4 Reasons Not to Install Galaxy Note 8 Oreo & 10 Reasons You Should
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4 Reasons Not to Install Galaxy Note 8 Oreo & 10 Reasons You Should

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Install for Color Lens

Install for Color Lens

If you read a ton of content on your Galaxy Note 8, you might enjoy Color Lens, a new feature from Samsung's new Experience 9.0 UI. 

The company's expanded on its Blue Light Filter from Nougat with a new Color Lens feature that could help prevent eye strain when you're reading content on your Note 8's screen. 

If you find it hard to read content on a white screen, and you're running Android Oreo, you can go into your Settings > Accessibility > Vision > Color Lens and change the color.

Color Lens allows you to change the opacity of the color via a slider and you can choose from Blue, Azure, Cyan, Spring Green, Orange, Red, and many others.  

If your eyes often start to hurt while reading content on your Note 8's display, installing Android Oreo could help. 

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  1. Kay

    04/05/2018 at 3:47 pm

    My Sotware updated to Oreo without any Warning or Heads up.
    It Changed All of my Settings and a Bunch of other Things,
    I am Not a Happy Camper!!
    Wether it be my Provider or Samsung (or both)
    I Should have been given the Option to change or Not to change My Operating System!!

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