The T-Mobile and Verizon variants of the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ smartphones have started receiving an OTA update. The update comes with Baseband version G950USQU1AQD9 for the S8, and G955USQU1AQD9 for the S8+.
In terms of change-log, the T-Mobile’s support website shows that the update based on Android 7.0 Nougat and it brings “Various system improvements.“ So we don’t know what’s changed or been improved.
On the other hand, Verizon’s website provides some details. It says “all your apps are optimized for the new Infinity Screen, a vivid display that maximizes your screen space; a new Settings option lets you answer incoming calls by simply pressing the volume up button; the Camera app icon now sports a distinctive new look; and Notification Badges are the same color across the device, making it easier to see when you have new email, messages or voice mail.”
As we know the firmware updates are rolled out in stages, so it may take a few days before they reach all the devices out there. Notification for the update should automatically pop up on your device when it is available for you, or you can check it manually by heading to Settings -> About Device -> Software Update.