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In the United States, T-Mobile is now testing its Galaxy S8 Android Oreo update which means a release for other major carriers like AT&T, Sprint, and Verizon should be in the works as well. After all, the beta testers too deserve some appreciation.

According to a report on SamMobile, the Android 8.0 Oreo update for both the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus showed up for beta testers in Germany and is likely to trickle down to standard users after 24 hours.

Android Oreo for the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus doesn't include support for Project Treble, dashing hopes of fast updates for the devices in future. If it has been rolled out to your device, you will see the prompt for a manual download.

If you have either Galaxy S8 handset, you can manually check for software updates right now.

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As for what these TV shows will be about or whether they will be live-action or animated, that's unclear. At some later date, I'm sure we'll disclose to all of you just what those are.

From the above section, you would be able to get the official Oreo update on your Galaxy S8 phones. We are yet to receive the same on the Galaxy S8 phone.

Germany is the first region reported to be receiving it, and those that were already running the betas will get it first.

Nearly six months after Google officially launched the Android 8.0 Oreo, Samsung has released the updated operating system for the first of its devices. However, while we do know that Samsung is probably preparing the update for these devices, we have no clear release date.