The update also includes the latest security patch.
Numerous users commented on the Samsung website having an issue with fast wireless charger.
The device first appeared on the Indonesian regulator's website back in December last year.
The update weighs in at around 1.5GB and carries a software version of 4.23.425.1.
The update also increases the maximum number of Toads that can live in your kingdom - the figure now stands at 99,999.
The device sports a 6-inch full HD display, and features a 13MP/5MP camera combo.
"Just open Google Maps or Search, search for what you’re interested in and the reviews are automatically translated," the company explains.
In a listing on Samsung’s Brazilian website, you can choose to purchase a violet-colored clear case. The question is, why?
You’ll finally be able to throw your extended photo library up to the big screen via your Apple TV.
The information was revealed in code commits within the Android Open Source Project.
The phone will start at $217, with 3GB of RAM and 32GB of storage, while a higher-end model will go for $246.
The headset is now up for pre-order for $449 and it will start shipping in late May.
This comes just a couple of days after the upcoming handset was spotted in the online database of Geekbench.
The social network best known for spam emails is bragging about its numbers today.
Specifically, the company has revealed that the handset's launch is set for "early June," and South Korea will be the first market to get it.
The company has reiterated that it's working on a software update that should fix the infamous 'red tint' issue on some S8 devices.
For that price you'll be able to pick up an unlocked unit from quite a few big online and offline retailers.
They are the latest Samsung smartphones to get a taste of last year's Android release.
Consumer Reports put the Galaxy S8 to its tests, found an easy fix to the so-called problem.