Following months of anxious waiting, Android 8.0 Oreo is finally making its way to the Samsung Galaxy S8 in the U.S. Verizon was the first carrier in the country to start updating the phone, and it was soon followed by T-Mobile and Sprint.
Android Oreo brings a lot to the Galaxy S8, including picture-in-picture, Google's Autofill API, smoother performance, a new security patch, and plenty more.
We decided to check in with some of our forum users to see if they've gotten Oreo on their S8 yet, and this is what they had to say.
Now, we'd like to hear from you – How are you liking Android Oreo on the Galaxy S8?
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