After releasing a maintenance update for its latest flagship series in various regions including China, India and U.S, Samsung just started rolling out the similar update for its customers residing in UK.
This update, G930FXXU1APD3 and G935FXXU1APD3, will be available for both, unlocked and carrier-branded versions of the Galaxy S series operating in the United Kingdom.
Lets have a look at what this update has in store for us. Firstly, the flagships will now get a new feature which will allow users to correct “skewed photos”. Apart from that, Samsung has improved their palm rejection feature which came standard with the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge. Thsi update came in response to complaints, being received by Samsung, which claimed that users were facing problems like unwanted call placements and application openings when they were just holding the smartphone from its curved edges.
Surprisingly, the South Korean company added the latest Android Security patch in the aforementioned update, even though it just been two weeks since Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P got theirs. Now as usual, you can get you share of the update via two different methods. If you are not so eager to lay your hands on the latest update by Samsung, you can wait for the official push notification from Samsung which will then automatically guide you through the process of downloading and installing the update. Alternatively, you can always carry out the upgrade manually. All you need to do is find the settings app in you smartphone and then select About Device > Software Update. After that you’ll need to tap the ‘Update now’ button and it’ll then take things into its own hands.
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