February update for Samsung Galaxy Note8 starts rolling out in US, Galaxy S7 gets it as well

Himanshu, 27 February 2018

After Italy, the United States has become the latest market where the February update has started rolling out to the Samsung Galaxy Note8. Arriving as build number N950USQS3BRB1, the update is currently hitting Verizon units in the region.

Moving on, the Samsung Galaxy S7/S7 edge smartphones have also started getting the latest security patch. The update - arriving as G930FXXU2DRB7 and G930FXXU2DRB7 - is currently rolling out in multiple markets, including Panama, Bolivia, Colombia, and Trinidad and Tobago.

And finally, the Samsung Galaxy A8 (2018) duo has also started receiving the February patch. In addition to the latest patch, the update - which arrives as versions A530FXXU2ARB6 and A730FXXU2ARB6, and weighs in at 400MB - also includes improvements related to Bluetooth, camera, Wi-Fi, and calls.

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Reader comments

  • Anonymous
  • 28 Feb 2018
  • I8m

So you don't actually have it

Well, opposite experience here so far. The Note 8 is my first ever Samsung Smartphone, and it's by far the most useful I've ever had. And that's coming from someone who's used iPhones for over half a decade, switched to Android on a OnePlus One and ...

  • AnonD-127365
  • 27 Feb 2018
  • vgM

Agree.. though not perfect but most suitable for me. Very powerful phone

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