Galaxy Note 8 will have a few key software improvements


TouchWiz (at least the name) is long gone. In its place, we have the “Samsung Experience.” Samsung rolled this out with Android 7.0 Nougat and we can expect to find several improvements on the Samsung Galaxy Note 8. Samsung Experience 8.1 is currently available for the Samsung Galaxy S8, but the Note 8 will have version 8.5.

Version 8.5 is said to be much smoother than the current version with no dropped frames. This should make a lot of Android enthusiasts very happy. The iris and face recognition will be even faster as well. These improvements will eventually make their way to the Galaxy S8 and S8+, but it may take a while after the Note 8 release.

It’s no surprise that Samsung will continue to improve these types of software features on every new phone. How excited are you for the Galaxy Note 8? Is this your next phone?

[via SamMobile]

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