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Samsung halts Android Oreo rollout on Galaxy S8 due to 'unexpected' restarts

17 Febrero 2018

"This update was pulled from the AT&T servers and perfectly safe".

There are only a few days remaining before the much-awaited unveiling of the Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 smartphones. Both phones have pros and cons, and we're here to help you decide which ones are deal-breakers. IF the software were rolled out in major markets like Asia and North America, we'd have a bigger problem on our hands. "Reimagined" hinting that the Galaxy S9 series will come with some serious camera specifications.

Consejo de Estado no revivió las curules para las víctimas
Es decir, el cálculo del Senado se hizo sobre el número total de senadores (102) y no sobre el de asistentes (99). La Cancillería informó sobre otro país que exime de visa a los colombianos para estancias de corta duración. .


Just as the Galaxy S8 Android 8.0 Oreo release was picking up steam something unexpected happened.

Apart from the cameras, the company has shifted the Fingerprint Scanner on the device underneath the Camera sensors at the back panel unlike the Galaxy S8 phones. The S9+ may feature a version of ISOCELL Dual for better optical zoom, low-light shooting and depth sensing for bokeh shots. There are also some short, looped videos in the teaser, so expect the S9 to offer a GIF style option for those short videos. People are calling the feature 3D emojis for now, due to a lack of an official name prior to the S9's February 25 debut. A physical Bixby key will still be part of the package, as will a 3.5mm audio jack, whereas the virtual home key will once again be pressure-sensitive, though it's presently unclear whether the ability to track resistance will also be added to the other two digital system buttons. This video also complements speculations of Samsung Galaxy S9's camera having f/1.5 aperture. Apple already introduced the so-called Animoji with the iPhone X and stirred a great deal of interest, and a similar feature on Android would likely prove to be popular.

Samsung halts Android Oreo rollout on Galaxy S8 due to 'unexpected' restarts