Samsung has launched the Galaxy Note 8 flagship phablet couple of weeks ago, reaching worldwide via regional debuts. The smartphone has been integrated with latest Android 7.1.2, topped with TouchWiz on top. While launching the device, the Korean giant had assured the updates features in-time for the users.
Today, the Samsung has reportedly started rolling out first ever OTA (Over-The-Air) update for the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 smartphones for every user. The new update surprisingly does not come with any Android OS related tweaks or regionally limited. The new update brings more stability for the primary camera which already supports Dual-OIS. The wireless charging feature also got reportedly improved.
Even though the update brings some minor improvements, it weighs around 571MB in size. The rolled out update can be downloaded in any Galaxy Note 8 from any geolocation, including Vodafone versions (other carriers will get eventually). You can download and install the update on your Samsung Galaxy note 8 over Wi-fi or Mobile Data, and your smartphone will outperform much better than it was while buying.
In case you would like to know, the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 comes with 6.3 inches of infinite display, powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 835 SOC under the hood. the smartphone is priced almost nearly one grand, but costs lesser than the Apple’s iPhone X.