Samsung has started pushing out a new update to its Galaxy S8+ flagship smartphone. Weighing in at around 455MB, the update includes changes related to camera as well as navigation bar.
In addition, the update also brings along Android security fixes for the month of June. Currently, units in Europe and India are getting this update, although we expect other regions to also get it sooner than later.
As is usually the case with OTA roll outs, it may take sometime for the update to hit your device. Meanwhile, those feeling impatient can manually check for the update by heading to their handset's Settings menu.
yes it was but one thing is good that dot on the left. so anybody who want a full screen..... they can use now. but the colour option was good before.
the navigation bar change is a big joke, why would they do that. it was perfect before
the security patch in Belguim (Europe) is a complete joke it is still on 1 april.don't buy the s8 here guys you will get ripped of by samsung . and yes the nav bar update seems also a joke that is no software update but a downgrade just like the firs...