Other new Android 8.0 features include the ability to turn off notification badges and snooze notifications, along with better battery life. This is $50 more than the consumer version of the device.
According to the leak, Samsung will open up its Android 8.0 beta for the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus on November 2 at 11 a.m. "We call this the IT Paradox, and the Note8 Enterprise Edition helps solve it by providing simple and comprehensive tools for IT to manage and secure their mobile environment, while giving users a device they will love".
Is your Samsung Galaxy Note 8 among those experiencing device freezes?
Some Samsung Galaxy Note 8 users are reporting unresponsive devices, seemingly related to the Contacts app. The second wave will cover regions like China, France, Germany, India, Poland, and Spain. To sign up, you'll need to log into the Samsung+ app and look for the beta registration option at the top.More news: Students evacuated from Castle View Elementary in Riverside
Samsung is also committed to providing the Note 8 Enterprise Edition with monthly security updates for three whole years, which should lessen some of the worry about company devices getting ruined by exploits and malicious software. Sounds like you might be taking a drive to your local T-Mobile store today or tomorrow.
Charging the phone overnight and even making a phonemail has also caused the device to freeze. We'll have to wait for Samsung to make the official announcement and provide the update via its servers.
The phone will have Android 7.1.1 Nougat out of the box. The listing reveals that the chipset will support Bluetooth 5.0, meaning that both of them could come with Bluetooth 5.0 connectivity. That said, Samsung and its carrier partners usually extend bug fixes and security patches to devices well beyond the two-year mark.