Update 1: 2019/03/26 6:54am PDT Note8 on Sprint too Update 2: 2019/03/29 4:48am PDT AT&T and T-Mobile join in Update 3: 2019/04/03 5:13am PDT And now Verizon Update 4: 2019/04/05 12:12pm PDT TMo Note8 Pie Samsung’s One UI is possibly the hottest update the company has issued for its devices. Owners of the S9, S9+, and Note9 have enjoyed it for a while, and so have those who bought the new S10/S10+/S10e, but users who have the older generation of flagships from 2017 have had to wait a little longer. After a few months in beta, the S8 and S8+’s update began rolling out in Europe and is now crossing the Atlantic to the US. Sprint has issued the update for the S8 and S8+ and users are already reporting seeing the OTA notification. The update brings the March security update and weighs somewhere around 1500-1600MB, so make sure you have an unlimited and fast connection before you download it. Left: Galaxy S8 OTA installing. Right: Galaxy S8+. Once downloaded, your phone should be running Android 9 Pie with all the neat modifications of One UI, such as the night mode and more accessible icons on the bottom of the display. Update 1: 2019/03/26 6:54am PDT by… Read full this story
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