Samsung has confirmed its Galaxy S8 mobile phone users who have upgraded to the Android Oreo 8.0 operating system will be able to dip their handsets in a glass of milk.
The company is currently undertaking a beta testing program whereby Samsung users can find out if their operating system update is complete by simply removing the battery compartment cover and eating the cream that should be stuffed inside it.
Samsung’s Head of Biscuits and Treats Mr. Jamie Dodger said, “our previous OS updates have always covered pretty much the entire spectrum of baked goods and sweets. We had Android 5.0 which was nicknamed Lollipop, 6.0 was Marshmallow, we’ve had jellybean, KitKat and we’ve also had Cupcake and Donut. Android 8.0 Oreo however, is the first update that will enable users to smash their phone up into thousands of tiny pieces and sprinkle the remains on top of a salted caramel cheesecake – although we suggest you only do this if you’re due an upgrade in the near future.”
The Android Oreo 8.0 update is rumoured to provide extra functionality for the Samsung Galaxy S8 and tech experts have been salivating at the prospect of being able to sit back and enjoy an Oreo hot chocolate whilst using their updated phones – although admittedly it may take a little bit longer for the phone’s components to break down in the drink than the traditional method of tossing an Oreo cookie into a mug of hot chocolate.
The Android Oreo open source code will enable users to enjoy an unprecedented level of personalisation and developers have already produced the Oreo Shake add-on which involves placing your Samsung Galaxy S8 phone into a blender with some chocolate syrup, milk and ice cream before hoping that you don’t cause a power outage when you eventually work up the courage to switch it on.
“There’s a multitude of ways that you can leverage extra usage out of your mobile phone with the Android Oreo upgrade. Only last night I covered my Samsung phone in batter mix and tried to deep fry it – it tasted okay but I can no longer access my Facebook account for some reason,” Mr. Dodger added.