Samsung may have been claiming tremendous response for the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ across the world, however the new premium devices aren’t without flaws. Both their flagship phones have been reported of having the red tint issue on the display which was recently fixed by Samsung and now some users have stated that they are also experiencing Bluetooth connectivity issues on the both devices. The issue has been finally acknowledged and fixed.
Samsung started rolling out an update that fixes the Bluetooth connectivity issue. According to a XDA Developer forum thread, the new update for the Galaxy S8 series is being rolled out steadily, and is currently only available to UAE units.
Apart from Bluetooth connectivity, the new update for the Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ also include updates to:
- Camera firmware
- Fixing an SD card issue
This new update for the devices also includes May Android security update.
Considering the new update is being rolled out steadily, we can expect it to be available to all users in next few weeks. Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ users can manually check for updates via Settings > Software Update > Download Updates Manually.
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