If you have a Samsung Galaxy S8 or Samsung Galaxy S8 + smartphone then get ready to receive a new update from Android. No, it is not yet the new version of these operating system, Oreo 8.0. However, it is an update that you should accept and install as soon as possible. You will receive several fixes and security enhancements for your device. But there is more …
You will receive here the Google security package dated December 2017. This is the latest patch with vulnerability fixes. It is a small system software (firmware) update and has already started shipping in your home country, South Korea. It will gradually reach more markets and regions.
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Beyond the new patch December security program will also have some stability improvements. Without forgetting the typical bug fixes or bugs that we can find in just about every new system build.
Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 + Receive New Android Update
Get ready to receive an Android update notification available for your Samsung Galaxy S8 or Samsung Galaxy S8 +. News will arrive via OTA (over the air) and should be accepted and installed as soon as possible. This way your smartphone will be well protected.
At issue is the firmware version G950NKSU1AQL3 for the Samsung Galaxy S8. Already for the Plus version will reach buiid G955NKSU1AQL3. Not yet Oreo, no, this will only arrive from 2018. More specifically at the end of January. Until then, we have to be patient and hope that the testing program, the program beta come to an end.
This update will be distributed gradually to all users. It may take a few days or even a week to arrive on your device. As soon as you arrive remember to load your equipment with at least 50% charge to install all the news without any problem or mishap.
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