A couple or so weeks after the first Galaxy S8 and S8+ handsets got their updates to April 2019 security patch level, Samsung is now seeding a similar update to the Kenyan variants of the S8 duo.
The firmware version is the same as the rest of the globe using models SM-G950F and SM-G955F for the Galaxy S8 and S8+ respectively.
Where the standard S8 gets version G950FXXU4DSDA, the S8+ has version G955FXXU4DSDA. Besides the updated security patch level, Samsung says the update also improves the stability of your S8 camera. As usual, bug fixes and system-wide stability improvements are also in there.
The updates are available over the air (OTA), meaning it will take several days before all S8 and S8+ units receive the download notifications. You can either wait to be notified probably later this week or try a manual update via the Settings menu.
Samsung has already upgraded the S8 pair to the latest stable version of Android, which means the software is based on Pie. And FYI, the Pie update is the last official Android OS upgrade for the devices.