A software update for Samsung’s Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus has begun rolling out and fixes a number of problems with the recently released handsets.
The biggest bug that the update addresses is with Bluetooth. The fix follows a number of reports the Galaxy S8 reboots whenever it's connected to a Bluetooth speaker.
Samsung claims SD card stability has been improved too. And we've apparently got a string of unspecified performance enhancements in store for us as well, most of which will go unnoticed by even the most hardcore of smartphone users.
Despite these small issues, the launch of the Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus has been relatively smooth sailing so far.
Early reports of problems with facial recognition appear to have dissipated, while reviews of the device have been largely favourable.
Samsung’s attention is now turning towards the Galaxy Note 8, which is due for release in September.
Rumours point towards a 6.3–inch handset with an in–screen fingerprint scanner.
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