The rolling out of new Android 8.0 Oreo beta firmware for the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ has ushered by Samsung. The software version of the latest beta which is the 2nd beta to be more precise is ZQLE, and this also seems to be more of a like bug fixer like its predecessor.
If you are an enrolled user of Beta program and you want to check the availability of the update on your device here is what all you need to do. Firstly, go to the Setting menu. Secondly, tap the Software update. Thirdly, tap the Download updates manually option. The update weighs 613 MB in size so a Wi-Fi connection is higly recommended before downloading the update. And also make sure that your device has atleast 50% battery too. Backing up your data is also necessary as this is a Beta update.
As far as the specifications of the Samsung Galaxy S8 are concerned, it flaunts a 5.8-inch Quad HD Plus Super AMOLED Capacitive touchscreen display with a resolution of 1440 x 2960 pixels. Protecting the screen is the Corning Gorilla Glass Scratch Resistant display for protecting it from accidental falls and scratches. Powering the phone is a 2.3 GHz Octa core Exynos 8895 processor which is clubbed with 4 GB of RAM.Along with the RAM there comes 64 GB of internal storage on the board which can be expanded up to 256 GB via inserting a microSD card.
There comes a massive 3000 mAh battery packed with the device. Connectivity options on the board include a GPS, a HotSpot, an NFC,a Wifi and a Bluetooth. Camera-wise, there comes a 12 MP primary rear snapper and an 8 MP front selfie shooter for capturing selfies and video-calling.
Stay tuned for further updates.