Samsung launched their flagship series device Galaxy Note 8 in the United States on September 15th for $929.99. Now, the first software update for the device is rolling out to the unlocked version of the model. This new update is currently rolling out to the devices in the US as an OTA update. By the way, Verizon devices already received the update on the launch day, now this is the time for unlocked variants.
The latest software version build number is N950U1UEU1AQI5 and it is available for download now. The new update is a small one and it weighs just 82MB. It does not contain any major improvements or features. However, the changelog says it does not contain Android security patches. However, it has some improvements for the system UI and maps app. Also, it fixes some issues with the device temperature monitor and related issues.
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.
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.