This beta version was first reported for users in North America, the UK and South Korea.
When you think of Samsung smartphones, fast software updates are generally unrelated to them. Just like the old Sammy is when it comes to designing, camera, and technology displays, getting a new version of Android onto existing hardware has never been a strong point for the company. Thus, the news that Android 8.0 Oreo beta for Galaxy S8 is now available for some very lucky users who are very exciting.
The beta version will reportedly be launched in two major stages - starting first with North America, Britain and Samsung's home country in South Korea. After this initial launch, the beta will then be launched to China, France, Germany, India, Poland, and Spain.
Once Samsung rolls out the beta, gaining access to it should be rather simple. Assuming you own a Galaxy S8 or S8+ in one of the above areas, you'll be able to register for the beta through the Samsung Members app (Samsung+ if you're in North America) that's available to download from Galaxy Apps and the Google Play Store . After you're properly registered, you should be able to download the update to Oreo almost instantly by going to Settings -> Software update -> Download updates manually.
Redditor thesbros is one user that's already been able to download the beta, and the screenshots below have been taken from it.
The Samsung + and Members apps show some users who have received OTA updates from Samsung to download the Oreo beta, but from its looks it has not been officially launched for all users. We still do not know how Samsung scrolled this out, so be sure to check Samsung + or Samsung Members regularly to see if you decorate the option to register it.
Source : www.androidcentral.com