In the beta version of Android Oreo for Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus, a great novelty appeared, however, the Koreans confirmed that it will not be in a stable version of the software. It's a pity.
Android Oreo for Samsung Galaxy S8 and Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus is really close – the company will finish testing in the middle of this month and you will probably receive an update notification shortly after. It turns out, however, that in the stable version of the new green robot we will not find a function that appeared in one of the beta versions. More specifically, it's about support for Dolby Atmos technology . Over the last few days, a large number of users have reported that they have been given the opportunity to take advantage of this solution. Unfortunately, the lack of Dolby Atmos will surely be disappointed by people who, like me, put on high quality sound. https://www.gsmmaniak.pl/794146/samsung-galaxy-s8-oreo-eps/ Dolby Atmos can not only send a better sound signal, but also cares about its spatiality and generally, higher quality. There is nothing to get into the twists, because this system will work best in home cinemas or simply in the case of stationary speakers, but this does not mean that smartphones would not gain on it. Unfortunately, but if you have Korean flaggers, then you will have to get around with the taste. I must admit that I do not understand this type of decision: why introduce support for this type of sound to the beta to give it up?For now, at least according to an official email, Samsung will not offer users support for Dolby Atmos. Who knows? Maybe it will change in the future? Honestly, I really hope so … Source: GSMArena / Reddit