17 September 2017
Samsung announced its Galaxy Note 8 with Infinity Display along with a new S-Pen for improved functionalities. Having received over 250,000 applications for the pre-registrations of the latest high-end device, the company has already started retailing the Note 8 for users in India.
With its flagship already available to the public in certain regions, Samsung has started rolling out its first major firmware update to the Galaxy Note 8. Shifting the software build to version N950FXXU1AQI1, the update makes room for improvements for the camera app but the changelog doesn’t really explain as to what has been modified.
The firmware update ports the security certificates inside the Note 8 to the latest September batch of security updates which fixes vulnerabilities from Android’s end as well as from Samsung’s own interface. In addition to that, the update also fixes the performance of wireless charging to make it more stable.
With just two days to spare until Samsung starts shipping the Galaxy Note flagship globally, we can expect the orders that are to be shipped in the future already being updated to the latest firmware. Users who already have the device on hand will receive the update anytime from now without needing to worry about the same.