Samsung Galaxy A8 2018 | A8+ 2018 | Android Oreo | Dolby Atmos Support

Samsung Galaxy A8 2018  Android Oreo   Dolby Atmos

The Samsung Galaxy A8 and the Samsung Galaxy A8+ which ware launched by the South Korean conglomerate, in January this year, with Android 7.1.1 Nougat. Now, these devices finally updated to Android 8.0 Oreo with Samsung Experience 9.5 built on top of it. samsung galaxy a8 2018 To give Android 8.0 Oreo update in Samsung Galaxy A8 2018 and Samsung Galaxy A8+ 2018, the Dolby Atmos support the Samsung very much.


AVAILABILITY OF SAMSUNG GALAXY A8 2018

In Russia, the OTA update was already started rolling out. So, these area’s user must check this matter to get those update fast. Some reports said that in Uzbekistan, Ukraine, and Kazakhstan this update has began started rolling out, In India also.


CAMERA APPLICATION UPDATE IN Samsung Galaxy A8 2018

Another update is also included with this latest Android 8.0 Oreo update in the Samsung Galaxy A8 device, this another update is camera application updatesamsung galaxy a8 cammera app The camera UI which we had seen on Samsung Galaxy S9 and Samsung Galaxy S9+, the same user interface update of Samsung’s stock camera application will be available on all Samsung Galaxy A8.


Samsung Galaxy A8 2018 and A8+ 2018 ANDROID OREO UPDATE

In 2014, the Samsung’s Galaxy Alpha series (A series) was fast debuted. From then to now they introduced A3, A5, A7, A8, and A9. 

Android Oreo Update

Android Oreo Update

But the report said that only the two devices are receiving the Android Oreo update in Russia named, Galaxy A8 and Galaxy A8+. These two devices come with the July 2018 Android Security patch level.


Dolby Atmos SUPPORT SAMSUNG TO UPDATING Samsung Galaxy A8 2018 and Galaxy A8+ 2018

The Dolby Atmos supported the Samsung in updating their Galaxy A8 and Galaxy A8+ devices, this support was very helpful for Samsung because this update landing on devices in select markets around the world


BUILD NUMBERS

The A530FXXU2BRG1 and A730FXXU2BRG1 are build numbers, these Oreo updates have come with the build numbers.


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  1. July 31, 2018

    […] in 4K resolution usually at 60 Fps (frames per second). This device support 4K HDR streaming in Dolby Vision audio and it can support the HDR10 […]

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