Samsung’s ssd firmware version 2.00 was announced earlier this year and Samsung had also made a number of firmware updates to the original ssd hardware in the past.
It is expected that Samsung will also introduce an update to its ssd2 software in the coming months.
Samsung has not announced exactly when the update will be rolled out, but the company said it would begin shipping the update to users this month.
The new update will add support for USB-C and USB-A connectivity and allow for audio playback of audio files, as well as support for an integrated USB-MIDI controller.
This will allow users to plug their own wireless headphones or other audio devices directly into the device.
While the new firmware will include many improvements to the device, the new version of ssd-platform will be limited to support devices running Android 6.0 Marshmallow.
Samsung is expected to roll out updates to Android 7.1, 8.0, and 8.1 devices, as part of its plan to bring Samsung’s flagship products into the new ecosystem.
With the new update, Samsung has made some significant improvements to its hardware, too.
Samsung’s S6 and S7 series of phones are expected to feature a new “S7 Edge” chassis that is larger than previous generations, and it is expected the new chassis will include improved performance, including enhanced battery life and better connectivity.
Samsung says that the new design will also allow for improved camera quality, with the S7 Edge featuring a new 10MP rear camera with optical image stabilization and a 3x optical zoom.
The new firmware version is also expected to be compatible with a number additional smartphones, including the S6 Edge, S7, S8, S9, and S10, with more phones expected to arrive with the firmware version in the next few months.