The Samsung Galaxy S9 could be a initial smartphone in Samsung’s choice to accept a Android 8.1 Oreo update.
The Exynos various of a Galaxy S9 (SM-G960F) was speckled on benchmark engine Geekbench’s online database over a weekend, with a concomitant support inventory a handset as using Android 8.1 Oreo, indicating that Samsung is in a final stages of contrast a ascent for a flagship smartphone.
We don’t know when a refurbish will start rolling out, however. All we know is that it’s in a works and is set to gold all a changes Google baked into a release, including a much-requested choice to automatically invalidate a fingerprint reader once an unregistered fingerprint is attempted mixed times.
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Here’s a full list of a (notable) changes bundled in Android 8.1 Oreo:
- Battery: If a user has a Bluetooth device connected to their smartphone, they’ll be means to see how most energy it has from a Quick Settings shade.
- Browsing: Safer Browsing allows applications from third-party developers to detect WebView attempts, that could indicate to antagonistic URLs.
- Fingerprint: Users can indoctrinate their section to invalidate a fingerprint reader once an unregistered fingerprint is attempted mixed times.
- Android 8.1 Oreo fixes an emanate that resulted in a Nexus 5X not personification audio by a speaker.
- Android 8.1 Oreo fixes an emanate that resulted in a Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL distorting audio while streaming video.
- Notification: Applications are limited to pulling one presentation carillon per second – and can, of course, be pale altogether.
Samsung is also approaching to recover a Android 8.1 Oreo refurbish for a Galaxy Note 8 and Galaxy S9 Plus, as good as a series of a budget, mid-range and former flagship smartphones, including a Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus – yet there’s no word on when accurately that will take place.
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