Don't Install If You're Nervous About Oreo Problems
If you're having a great experience on Android Nougat you might want to wait a few days for short and/or long-term feedback about your Android Oreo update to emerge.
Samsung Galaxy Tab Oreo users are running into various bugs and performance issues including abnormal battery drain. This is common after a major upgrade and we expect issues to pickup as Samsung's roll out moves on to other Galaxy Tab variants.
If you're feeling leery, don't force it. Sit back, dig into feedback, and make a smart decision for you and your device.
If you do discover a lot of negative feedback about your Galaxy Tab's Oreo update, you might want to hold out for a bug fix update. We expect Samsung and its carrier partners to patch up some of these initial Android Oreo problems in the near future.
You should also wait until you're ready to fix potential Android Oreo issues on your tablet. We've put together a list of fixes for common Android issues that could come in handy.
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