Samsung announces new Galaxy Tab A, available November 1 for $229

Samsung announces new Galaxy Tab A, available November 1 for $229

Samsung announces new Galaxy Tab A, available November 1 for $229

Aside from the usual Oreo goodies, the build may also bring along a new user-interface for the devices. A less likely to happen rumor is that Samsung will release the two variants in January 2018.

The Samsung Pay update coincided with a new rumour claiming that Samsung was planning to start an Android 8.0 Oreo Beta Programme in the United States on October 31.

As the information isn't coming directly from Samsung, it's not certain just yet, so don't get your hopes too high just yet.

Earlier this year, Samsung-centric site SamMobile dug up Android Oreo firmware versions for the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+.

The Galaxy S8 device names appear in the build number, G950 (Galaxy S8) and G955 (Galaxy S8+), but the key component is the letter "Z".

While the 2018 date is to be for the final release of updates, there's a chance the company opens up its beta-testing program, Galaxy Beta, soon, especially as previous iterations of Android were beta-tested around November.

WTA FINALS - Garcia defeats Svitolina to stay alive in the Round Robin
As long as Halep gets off to a fast start and builds momentum, she should win this match given the current form of Svitolina . In the loss, Svitolina won 63 percent of her first serve points and 37 percent of her second serve points.

It seems that Samsung is gearing up to roll out the latest Android 8.0 Oreo update for its smartphones.

Samsung's Android Nougat beta was also limited to the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge.

Google is working with several smartphone vendors to upgrade their select devices to Android 8.0 Oreo.

The new smartphones, Samsung Galaxy S9 and Samsung Galaxy 9 Plus, have been one of the most exciting flagships of 2017.

When put in Kids Mode, the tablet provides access to partner content including from LEGO, such as LEGO Batman app and LEGO NINJAGO. The Galaxy Note 4 and Galaxy S5 recently got new security updates and they're still on Android Marshmallow.

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