Check out Samsung’s infographic of Samsung Experience 9.0 features coming with Oreo

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Since the first day of the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ Oreo beta program, we’ve highlighted many of the new features that the update will introduce. Oreo will also bring Samsung Experience 9.0, the newest version of its proprietary user interface, though if you go by the company’s way of doing it, Samsung Experience (SE) 9.0 is the name for the entire new software and Android 8.0 Oreo is a part of that software (which is technically correct, given the number of modifications Samsung makes to the OS).

Samsung Experience 9.0 infographic

If you were part of the beta program, you’ve probably seen Samsung’s official infographic showcasing SE 9.0 features in the Samsung Members app. The infographic includes the features we’ve covered on the site, but also talks about a few others, like the option to change the color of the screen to reduce eye strain. The official Oreo update can arrive any day now, and while we’re waiting for D-Day, we thought we’d put up the infographic for those who couldn’t take part in the beta.

It’s a big infographic (captured using Samsung’s awesome Scroll Capture feature), so make sure you allow the image below a few seconds to fully load. Once you’ve checked out the infographic, take a look at some tips to prepare your S8 or S8+ for the Oreo update, and let us know what feature you’re looking forward to the most!

Update: The article has been updated to fix an error that said the infographic showed Oreo features as well. The infographic is only for features exclusive to Samsung’s software and does not include core Android Oreo features.

 

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aadel01234
3 months 12 days ago
aadel01234

I have updated with the official version Oreo in UAE and cannot find the option to use GIF in my keyboard.

Celso09
3 months 23 days ago
Celso09

The Samsung Experience 9.0 does not seem to bring anything new of great relevance.
Apparently, it’s like a Samsung Experience 8.7 really!

gtone339
3 months 23 days ago
gtone339

No new widgets for Always on Display? No multiple-wallpapers for backgrounds again?

Ishan Rishminda
3 months 24 days ago
Ishan Rishminda

Other Android phone users are amazed bcz they didn’t have these features on their devices… stock android shit…. bt samsung users know what they re getting and they have already used these features… love samsung…

utvic99
3 months 24 days ago
utvic99
I’d be pretty much disappointed if the S7 doesn’t receive the new UI and at least 90% of other features that the S8 will have in Oreo (just like all other older phones don’t get 100% of the features with a major update, but they do get at least about 90% of them). It just doesn’t make any sense that the low-mid range phones from the same year as a 2016 flagship phone (which is only a month older than the J 2016 series if I’m not wrong) get almost all features in Nougat as the 2017 flagship phones, but… Read more »
locarno
3 months 24 days ago
locarno

S6 get new UI so S7 Edge will get it too.

aarozone
3 months 23 days ago
aarozone

You can side load the apk on the S6 and S7.

omar1000ize
3 months 24 days ago
omar1000ize

Samsung should make its own software leave google it is shit

punitverma2010
3 months 23 days ago
punitverma2010

Yeaa Samsung have its own software that is Tizen

3 months 24 days ago
Bingbraten
n900mixalot
3 months 24 days ago
n900mixalot

Samsung is leaving Google in the dust! These are some great features. Now I’m actually interested.

neflictus
3 months 25 days ago
neflictus

Pretty god damn thin.

sotudah320
3 months 25 days ago
sotudah320

Hello.How long should we wait for Android 8 for Note 8?

ProdByEchelon
3 months 25 days ago
ProdByEchelon

This isn’t Samsung.com

gilbertoandara
3 months 24 days ago
gilbertoandara

lol

Celso09
3 months 23 days ago
Celso09

Maybe a few more 2, 3 weeks.

o0MHJ0o
3 months 25 days ago
o0MHJ0o

This is just the latest on their “What’s new” in Samsung Experience 9.0 – not the full thing.
There’s also Enhanced Notifications, Notifications customisation on the lockscreen, new lockscreen clocks, lockscreen adaptive colour and loads others (though you have mentioned all of them in the “What’s new series”.

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