Samsung is already pushing an update to the unreleased Galaxy Note 8. While the phone doesn’t come out until September 15, some lucky customers who pre-ordered the device have already had their device ship prior to release day. Now, just days before it hits store shelves, Samsung is pushing a Galaxy Note 8 update with firmware version N950FXXU1AQI1 .
The new update lists improvements to the camera software and wireless charging optimizations, but doesn’t go into detail about the changes. The update also brings the August security patch. Samsung generally doesn’t go into detail about what the security updates have patched. You can, however, head over to the Samsung Mobile Security blog to read about the August patch and get a preview the September security patch that’s coming soon. The August patch brings 32 critical or high-level fixes while the September patch fixes 46 vulnerabilities in Android and 12 in Samsung Experience.
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The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is set to launch this Friday at carrier stores as well as Best Buy and Amazon. If you’ve already received the update to your Galaxy Note 8, let us known down in the comments if you’ve seen any improvements.
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