Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ users in Europe and Asia started receiving a fast refurbish to Android 9 Pie a integrate of days ago, though it’s usually now that a second Pie beta is nearing on a U.S. variants of a duo.
The refurbish is rolling out to a unbarred variants for a U.S. marketplace with indication numbers SM-G950U1 and SM-G955U1 for a S8 and S8+, respectively. The program build series is ZSBB and weighs 163MB, tagging along this month’s Android confidence patch.
Also, a changelog says build ZSBB fixes issues with camera error, mobile information couldn’t be used since APN wasn’t easy when upgrading to a initial Pie beta, network initialization when roaming, TV shade couldn’t be alien with Smart View, extreme battery drain, as good as opening and fortitude fixes.
Europe perceived 4 beta versions of Pie before finally switching to a fast chronicle a while ago. We don’t know either this will be loyal for a unbarred U.S. models of a S8 and S8+, though if that’s a case, we could be confronting a wait of several weeks before a OS hits a fast channel.
If we can’t wait to get hands-on with a new One UI, we can as good take advantage of a many offers accessible for a Samsung Galaxy S10, that has Pie out of a box and is guaranteed to accept during slightest dual some-more OS upgrades. Still, you’ll have to wait until Mar 8th before a device arrives, presumption we pre-order right away.
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