To get it, users would need to have a Samsung Account, and those in the United States must have a Galaxy S8 or S8 Plus on either Sprint or T-Mobile to qualify as beta testers. In the United Kingdom, you only need an unlocked device. "More than a phone, it's a set of tools and assurances for the IT organization that help them stay on track, from deployment through the entire lifecycle of the mobile device".
The crucial question, of course, is when Samsung plans to roll out a final, stable version of Android Oreo for all Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus owners, because it took until January before Android Nougat reached Galaxy S7 and S7 edge users this year. The device is designed for the enterprise market, as per the reports.
Again, Samsung said the update is only coming to select devices. Developments made from the insight garnered through the beta version will then be used by Samsung to enhance the Oreo experience for users across the world. To check for updates, head into Settings System updates on your phone. Devices receive regular monthly security updates for up to three years, and purchase assurance that they can buy the same device model up to two years from availability. The registration for the beta version can be done by logging into the applications for Samsung Member or Samsung+.
Shipping with Android 7.1.1 (Nougat), the Galaxy Note8 Enterprise Edition has a 6.3-inch Quad HT/Super AMOLED display, 10-nanometer Exynos processor, LTE connectivity, wired and wireless fast charging, and 64 GB of storage that can be expanded up to 256 GB. It is worth noting that the special edition users can also have the luxury to use Samsung DeX.