The testers are receiving a 487MB release, while users not involved in the Beta should see a significantly larger update when the OTA rolls out more broadly. Recently, Android 8.0 Oreo beta was completed for the Samsung Galaxy S8, and not it appears that Samsung will focus on other phones as well.
Nearly six months after Google officially launched the Android 8.0 Oreo, Samsung has released the updated operating system for the first of its devices. It is also quite possible that someone may have leaked the update on goal.
Things to Do Before Installing the Galaxy S8 Oreo Update
If you are running the Beta version of Android Oreo operating system on your Galaxy S8 device, you would be able to download the update easily with smaller size. This allows users to autofill the user id and passwords, which makes it easier to log in to different apps, while you are setting up a new device. Some Galaxy S8 users might get the Oreo update six months after it first rolled out to Nexus and Pixel users. However, the update is now only rolled out in Germany, and, it is first being rolled out to those who were a part of the beta program.
Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus owners will soon have a sweet new OS to sink their teeth into. However, according to SamMobile, everyone else now running Android 7.x Nougat will start receiving the update starting tomorrow (at least in the German market).