A few weeks ago, Samsung released the new firmware update for the Galaxy Note 8 which would bring the Super Slow-motion and the AR Emoji feature. These features debuted in the Recently new Flagship devices such as Galaxy S9, Galaxy S9+ and Galaxy Note 9. Now when these features implemented in the Galaxy Note 8, hence it was obvious that these features sooner or later will arrive in the 2017 Flagship Galaxy S8 because both Galaxy S8 and Galaxy Note 8 run on the same hardware.
Finally, Samsung released the Galaxy S8 Oreo update in India and Poland. Check out what is new in an update of Samsung Galaxy S8.
About Super Slow-motion and AR Emoji:
Super Slow-motion feature allows you to recording video at the 960fps or 480fps at 720p quality. Whether the Galaxy S8 can only record the 480fps at 720p, it’s still an improvement from the 240fps at 720p quality. Because there is still the difference between S8 and the Galaxy 9 series Hardware.
As for the AR Emoji, it’s an attempt to replicate the Apples Animoji feature. With this feature, you can make the 3D Emoji of yourself with using masks and also can control your movements. It kind of look like creepy but its still a fun thing to play with.
This update also included the September Security Patch which is always satisfying to see how the Samsung is prioritizing their old phones by some major improvements and continuous security patches. The size of the update is 553.10MB. There are still no words of when the update will release for all Galaxy S8 devices but we expect it soon enough as it comes in European Exynos models.