Crutchfield Electronics announced on Tuesday that it is releasing a firmware update for the Galaxy S 7 Edge, the latest version of the flagship smartphone.
The company says it is updating the firmware so that the battery life will be improved.
The update also includes the Galaxy Note 8, which will be available as a free download in the coming days.
The firm says the firmware update will allow the phone to take up to 15 hours longer to charge.
The Galaxy S 8 and Galaxy S8+ have already launched, and the Galaxy A9 is also expected to debut next month.
Samsung said the update will be applied automatically once the phone is turned on.
The device is expected to launch in Europe in the second half of this year.