Samsung has started rolling out a new update to the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 smartphones. The update comes as an OTA update and has begun its journey from France, but there have been reports from other countries like India which suggest that the same update has begun rolling out to the other parts of the world as well.
The latest update weighs in at 712MB and has the build number N950FXXU5CRHA. Looking at the size of the update, it is clear that it is a pretty substantial one.
Samsung Galaxy Note 8 latest update: Major features
The two major features that have been rolled out to the Galaxy Note 8 are AR Emoji and Super Slow-Motion video capture. These features are one of the key highlights found in the latest flagships by the company – Samsung Galaxy S9 lineup and Samsung Galaxy Note 9. Though the Galaxy Note 8 won’t be able to provide the same results because of the hardware limitations, it is still a good news for the owners of the device.
The latest flagships support both 720p@480fps video recording for 0.4 seconds and 720p@960fps recording for 0.2 seconds and we certainly expect that the Galaxy Note 8 would also receive both the slow-motion recording features, but nothing can be said for sure as of now as the information is pretty scarce as of now.
Furthermore, the latest update brings the latest Android security patch for September 2018, a bunch of bug fixes, stability improvements, and various performance tweaks. Unlike Apple, Samsung is not forgetting its last year’s flagships which is a moment of relief for the fans of Samsung.
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