The much anticipated Android Oreo beta program for Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ is not so far away. The tech giant is expected to kick off the program sooner than later, but we still don’t have a specific date yet.
Nonetheless, there are indicators that those using Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ will soon be able to join the Galaxy Beta Program. The license agreement for the program has now gone live, suggesting that the update is not so far away. While the company has remained coy on the expected release date, previous reports have suggested that the beta program will open today in the U.S.
As it is, Android Oreo beta will be rolled out to the Galaxy S8 and S8+ in phases. Of course, the U.S. will be in the first phase alongside the UK and South Korea. Later on, the program will be launched in other European countries that include Spain, Poland, Germany and France. China and India will also be part of this second phase.
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The first requirement for taking part in the Galaxy Beta Program for Android Oreo is to own either a Galaxy S8 or S8+. Secondly, you will have to register through the Samsung Members app, but up to now, the beta registrations page isn’t live yet. On the contrary, the company has already published links to the End User Licensing Agreement (EULA) as well as the Galaxy Beta Program FAQ in the app, which basically confirms the update is underway.
In the FAQ, it can be confirmed that the beta program will only be open to T-Mobile and Sprint users in the U.S., but those who also have unlocked models will also be welcomed aboard. All these add more weight to previous reports that Android Oreo beta may start rolling out to the Galaxy S8 and S8+ today. We still have a whole day ahead, let’s see what happens!