If you are a proud owner of Galaxy Note 8, then we have some great news for you. Samsung has decided to release a third beta build of Android 9.0 Pie for Galaxy Note 8 and it comes to the security patch for February. Although, this is a beta build of Android 9.0 Pie and everyone who wants to get it right now needs to be enrolled in Samsung’s beta program. On the bright side of things, enlisting as a beta user doesn’t require anything else than a functional Galaxy Note 8 and to report feedback on possible bugs or issues.
Galaxy Note 8 Gets Android 9.0 Pie
As previously mentioned, this is the third beta build of Android 9.0 Pie. What makes this update special is the fact that it is bundled with the Android security patch for February. This means that the new update is going to help Galaxy Note 8 users stay away from malicious software and hackers.
We should note that the new update is quite big, measuring in at 679.73 MB. Therefore, we advise all Galaxy Note 8 owners who are enrolled in the beta program and want to get the new update to make sure to download it over a stable Wi-Fi network and not via mobile data.
Even though it’s been a couple of years since Galaxy Note 8 was released, the smartphone is still a bestselling product to this day. Samsung has equipped Galaxy Note 8 with powerful hardware specs and this is why it can still be used as a daily carrier. In fact, let’s check out some of the smartphone’s key specs.
Galaxy Note 8 is equipped with a 6.3-inches Super AMOLED display that features a pixel resolution of 1440 x 2960. Leaving the display aside, the most important hardware part that Galaxy Note 8 has to offer is an octa-core Snapdragon 835 CPU that is paired to 6GB to RAM.
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