Samsung has pushed June security update for the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus smartphones. With software build version G955FXXU1AQF7 measuring 453.72MB, the June security update is being pushed via OTA.
In addition to security bug fixes, the update enhances the quality of images captured using panorama feature. Moreover, you will notice improvements in the navigation bar after the installation of the update. You will be able to view a large area on the display since the icons located in the navigation bar are relocated to the left side.
The update also includes new background colors in addition to the default colors. However, after you finish updating the device, the background color will be that of the default. You have to change the settings to find out the presence of new colors.
If you work with Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus, you have to install the June security update because it fixes security related vulnerabilities and improvements. Before proceeding to install the update, you need to establish connectivity with Wi-Fi and also free up 1GB of internal storage space. You should also charge the handset up to 50 percent.
You will view a message notification when the update hits your smartphone. The availability will vary depending upon the location. If you are unable to view a notification, you will have to wait for few more days. Alternatively, you can manually check the presence of the update by tapping Settings menu.
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