Samsung rolls out July Security patch on Galaxy Note 8

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Samsung Galaxy Note 8 starts getting Android security patch for the month of July 2019. The update is currently rolling on two North American carriers i.e. Verizon and Xfinity Mobile Networks. The update comes with the firmware version N950USQS6DSG4. 

July Security patch on Galaxy Note 8

The update doesn’t include any new feature other than the latest security fixes. We don’t have changelog of the update right now. So we have to wait for it to see whether the phone got the new QR code scanner for the camera app has made the cut.  If you didn’t get it till now, then you can manually check if the update is available for your device over the air. Open the Settings of your phone and tap on the Software Update, and then select Download and install. Updates are released in stages, so it might get some time to reach each and every user out there.

It useful to tell you here that Samsung is gearing up for the launch of its next Galaxy Note device on August 7th 2019. According to the previous leaks and reports, Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will feature 6.28 inches with a resolution of QHD+ (1,440 x 3,040 pixels). The display is packed with 536 PPI. The most important thing is that Note 10 will feature Infinity-O display, which is also known as punch hole Display.

For more information kindly read our coverage on Note 10 leaks.

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