Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Will Get Android 8.0 Oreo Starting March 30th

Market remains unexcited about latest premium phones

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Moshe Peri CEO of Suny Cellular, Samsung's biggest smartphone official importer said that prices in Israel are comparable with the U.S. since the 15% purchase tax was cut a year ago. KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has released a new research note to investors, seen by Apple Insider, where he claims the successor to the Note 8 won't get a revolutionary in-display fingerprint scanner.

Samsung reportedly shipped around 41 million units of the S8 and S8 Plus while around 48 million units of the S7, launched in 2016, were sold.

The Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus were originally released with Android 7.0 or 7.1 Nougat. According to the data compiled by industry tracker Counterpoint Research, the company accounted for 38.3 percent of the region's smartphone market past year.

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Yep, that means the Galaxy Note 8 has not received the Android Oreo update yet.

Soon identical update should be out for the flagship models including Galaxy S8, S8 Plus and Note 8. Don't fret, however, because we have got news!

Tech giant Samsung Electronics plans to ship 43 million units of its flagship smartphone models Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus this year, higher than the 41 million units of Galaxy S8 lineup it sold last year, according to news reports on March 12. Other gadgets will also be updated, but it will take some time. And as always, stay tuned for more information regarding Samsung and their smartphones!

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