Verizon’s Samsung Galaxy Note 8 units and T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge are each and every getting their respective updates. For the newest phablet, it appears like its new firmware is bringing in different improvements. Meanwhile, the safety update from last month is now rolling out for the 2016 flagship Galaxy smartphones.

According to GSM Arena, it appears like the Verizon’s update[1] for its model of the Samsung Galaxy Note eight is similar to the one particular hitting the international variants, which is the really first update Samsung dropped even ahead of the official marketplace release of the Android smartphone. Upon installing this Samsung Galaxy Note eight computer software upgrade which comes in create version N950USQU1AQI5, Verizon subscribers need to be able to locate improvements in the camera app, wireless charging and in the efficiency of the device. However, the update does not come with the September safety patch however.

Speaking of safety update, we’re currently halfway into September but it is only now that T-Mobile’s Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge units are getting the August patch[2]. A screenshot posted on TmoNews revealed that the firmware is almost 300MB in size with version numbers G930TUVU4BQH7 for the normal S7 and G935TUVU4BQH7 for the S7 Edge model.

Man passing by a Verizon store.
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Respective owners of Verizon Samsung Galaxy Note 8 and T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge can count on to receive an over-the-air or OTA notification when an update becomes ready for download and installation. They can also manually check a firmware’s availability by easily heading to the phone’s Settings menu, look for Software Updates and then select Download Updates Manually.

As for far more firmware news for other Samsung Galaxy devices, the 2017 flagship Galaxy S8 could have its extremely-anticipated Android 8 Oreo update[three] quickly. The speculation is based on the current benchmark sighting on Geekbench which shows an Exynos-powered Samsung Galaxy S8 running on Google Android newest mobile OS offering, particularly the version eight…

A consumer trying out a Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge.
[Image by Ilya S. Savenok/Getty Images for Samsung]

The Korean tech giant has not revealed yet the release schedule of Android Oreo for the Samsung Galaxy S8 as properly as the Note eight but they are most most likely the first ones among Galaxy models to receive it. Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge smartphones should get their Oreo upgrade, as well.

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  1. ^ Verizon’s update (
  2. ^ August patch (
  3. ^ Android eight Oreo update (

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