Samsung has sent out an important GPS improvement update for some of its older devices. On the list, the company has previously covered the Galaxy S7, S8 series, and now the Galaxy Note 8 users are joining the hand with the latest update.
Samsung’s latest update changelog only shows that GPS stability improvement alongside it shows the August 2021 security patch and the size of the update is huge as compared to the changes. We recommend you to update it via a proper internet connection.
Samsung is the leading smartphone manufacturer in terms of software updates other rival OEMs left behind it. As per the screenshot shared by the Indian Note 8 user, the all-new firmware update for Note 8 is pushing with version N950FXXUGDVG6.
How to update Galaxy Note 8?
In order to install the latest software on your smartphone, go to Settings > System Updates > and download updates manually.
Galaxy Note 8 Key Specifications:
Samsung Galaxy Note 8 sports a large 6.3-inch super AMOLED curved display and 1440 x 2,960 pixels of resolution. Under the hood, there are two quad-core processors – 2.3 GHz M2 Mongoose and 1.7 GHz Cortex A53 seated upon Samsung Exynos 9 Octa 8895 chipset.
The Galaxy Note 8 landed with 6GB of RAM and Mali-G71 MP20 GPU. The handset boots on Android v7.1.1 (Nougat) operating system and supports the S-Pen stylus provided along with the device. As far as the cameras are concerned, there is dual 12MP each, equipped with features like CMOS image sensor and phase detection autofocus. And, for selfie purposes, Samsung has given an 8MP camera.
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