Samsung Galaxy S8 software update fixes Bluetooth complications
The Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus made their way to the market and recently released new updates to fix some of the issues the Samsung devices are facing.
The most recent update has promised to remedy the connectivity problems experienced by plenty of users.
Obviously, it’s an upkeep update but it’s actually not that small, like it seems to be.
The software update that was released for both Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus is weighing approximately 615 MB.
They say this update is supposed to help Bluetooth connectivity to improve and remain stable. The problem has to do with the automatically reboot, according to a lot of Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus users, which appears while playing music whenever it is connected to a Bluetooth speaker. Apparently, the complication appears only when users try to control the music. It’s a good thing Samsung thought about this problem and tried to fix it even though it’s not a big of a deal.
Besides, the upgrade is also trying to improve stability of the SD card. Although they are not mentioned by the company, there might be an additional fix for the bugs and improvement for the performance of these devices.
Recent reports of problems regarding facial recognition seems to have scattered as well.
In the upcoming fall, September to be precise, Samsung will launch Galaxy Note 8. It will take over the Galaxy S8 Infinity screen but the display is rumored to be 6.3 inch with an inside screen scanner for fingerprints. How amazing is that? It will be the biggest comeback against all the Galaxy Note 7’s battery failures last year.
The software update release for Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus took place in the United Arab Emirates, but it’s about to spread to other countries too in the next couple of weeks.