Samsung started rolling out the final Android 8.0 beta build for Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ smartphones in India in mid-January. Also, as expected, the Oreo beta testers are the first in line to receive the update followed by the regular users who may get the update after 24 hours.
Both the smartphones were initially running on Android 7.1.1 Nougat with Samsung Experience user interface running on top of it. The update is supposed to weigh around 490MB and is available as an OTA download. It weighs 487MB and comes with the latest February 2018 security patch also. This means the devices won't benefit from the potentially quicker update times. From the report via SamMobile, the Oreo rollout has started with the firmware version G955XXU1CRAP for Galaxy S8+ in Germany. The updates are now in "Manufacturer Development" phase which means Samsung is now working on the software behind the scenes.
Autofill: With your permission, Autofill remembers your logins to get you into your favorite apps at supersonic speed. The update will add new features like a new keyboard, improvements in Bixby, the color lens for the display and many more. The DeX Pad has been rumored for a few months now and it looks like renders of the accessory have finally found their way online.
If you take a look at the images, you will be able to see all the changes and features incorporated. Instead of holding your phone in an upright position, you have plug it down horizontally.