Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ – have received a tremendous response from users so far. However, some users recently claimed that they are facing issues with the smartphones’ Bluetooth connectivity.
To address the same, the company has rolled out a new software update. Currently available for the S8 duo in the UAE, the update includes fix for a bug that reportedly causes the smartphones to reboot while trying to control music being played wirelessly.
Additionally, the update comes with a fix for SD card-related issues. The Android security patch for the month of May is included as well.
In India too, both Galaxy S8 and S8+ recently got the security patch for May. However, that did not include fixes for Bluetooth connectivity and SD card related issues.
Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ were launched in India in April this year and are priced at Rs 57,900 and Rs 64,900 respectively. The smartphones feature edge-to-edge curved displays, which the company terms as ‘Infinity display’.
Both Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ are dust and water-resistant. They come with the company’s home-brewed Bixby digital assistant, rival to Apple ‘s Siri andMicrosoft ‘s Cortana.