10 Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Oreo Release Date Tips

The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Android Oreo update is confirmed and we expect the release date to land sometime in early 2018.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Android 8.0 Oreo update recently leaked confirming an upgrade for the company’s flagship. Soon after that, Samsung confirmed the Galaxy Note 8 Oreo update though it did so in an unconventional way.

Instead of releasing a list of devices getting upgraded to Oreo, Samsung confirmed the Galaxy Note 8 Android Oreo update via an update to the Samsung VR – Videos app on the Google Play Store. The company added support for the new Galaxy A8, the Galaxy S8, the Galaxy S8+, and the Galaxy Note 8.

T-Mobile’s also confirmed the Galaxy Note 8 Oreo update and the upgrade is now in the “Manufacturer Development” phase with one more phase to go before it’s officially released to the public.

The Galaxy Note 8 Android Oreo update is official, but we still don’t know exactly when Samsung will roll out it to users in the United States and other countries around the world.

All signs currently point to a Galaxy S8 Android 8.0 Oreo release date in early 2018, after the Galaxy S8 Oreo beta ends on January 17th.

Nothing is confirmed, but we expect the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 to get Android Oreo around the same time the Galaxy S8 gets its upgrade.

With the release date getting closer, it’s important to start preparing yourself, and your Galaxy Note 8, for Android Oreo’s arrival. A little prep work will go a long way toward preventing headaches and problems.

In this guide we’ll walk you through some things we think you should do before the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Android Oreo release date arrives for your device.

For some of you, this will take less than 30 minutes. For others, it could take a lot longer.

Start Preparing

Start Preparing

Samsung hasn't confirmed the Galaxy Note 8 Android Oreo release date, but don't let that stop you from doing some early prep work. 

There are a few things you can do while you wait for the Android Oreo update to arrive for your Galaxy Note 8. If you take these steps ahead of time you won't be scrambling to do them when the update lands for your device. 

Use the free time you have to dig into your Galaxy Note 8's storage and delete any files you no longer need. This will help make room for Android Oreo (we expect it to be a hefty download) and it could speed up your Galaxy Note 8. 

We also recommend regularly backing up your device's data if you aren't doing so already. You'll want to make sure everything on your Galaxy Note 8 is backed up before you download Android Oreo. This could prevent major headaches. 

You should also make sure to track down all of your login information before the update rolls out to your Galaxy Note 8. 

There's always a chance the update logs you out of your apps and services so you'll want to have that information handy, particularly if you rely on said apps and services to get through the day. 

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