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For the uninformed, Project Treble is simple Google's solution to fixing the fact that Android software updates take way too long to reach your mobile devices. It's best to have a fully charged battery before loading the update on any device. Prior to this, the update was made available for Samsung Galaxy S8, Galaxy S8+ smartphones. But, it seems that the update will hit the devices before 30 March. Given that Samsung launched the S9 sets with Android 8.0, this is already one major update for the S9 via unofficial channels. Meanwhile, Samsung's latest Galaxy S9 series ships with the latest software version out-of-the-box. Changes include standard Oreo things, like picture-in-picture, Autofill, and notification dots, as well as Samsung-exclusive features like more Edge lighting effects, Dual Messenger, and more. The security level of the update is February 1, 2018. To recall, the Galaxy Note 8 had passed the WFA alliance running Android 8.0 Oreo last month. It gets a 6.3-inch 2K Super AMOLED Infinity display, protected with Corning Gorilla Glass 5. However, they encountered an issue which caused devices to reboot while running Android 8.0. The front camera is 8MP with f/1.7 aperture.

Models pose for photographs with Samsung Electronics' Galaxy Note 8 during its launching ceremony in Seoul, South Korea, September 12, 2017.

Taking apart the rest of the smartphone revealed to be a challenge for the iFixit team, due to the heavy use of glues to keep components in place and for water resistance.

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