The update also includes a fix related to Android Pay.
Using the camera, you would be able to point Bixby at stuff and have it buy them for you - a personal shopping assistant.
The update carries a build number of AAI459 and weighs in at 126.3MB.
The issue has been marked as FutureRelease, meaning the fix would be included in an upcoming update.
This means both devices should be coming to the US shortly.
At least this time no one is trying to sell it.
The device, which costs around $245, is currently only available in China.
Prices go between $146 for 3GB RAM and 32GB storage and $190 for 4GB/64GB.
At-least that's what Telus subsidiary Koodo has revealed.
For example, you can now search for nearby parking, restaurants, hotels, shopping, and more.
Samsung commences the rollout of Android Nougat for the global versions of the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge.
The company has sent out 'save the dates' for LG's G6 event to take place later next month.
Photos of the what looks to be the glass panel for the Galaxy S8 appear on Twitter.
Now in testing in the app's beta channel, the functionality will be out for everyone soon.
The third member of the V5 family is the lowest-end of the bunch, and therefore it should be the cheapest.
The handset is a higher-end version of the V5 from last November.
The information comes straight from a Motorola spokesperson, so it's as official as possible.
The new software release comes right on time, as promised by a Lenovo exec last week.
The event will take place at the Barcelona tradeshow on Monday and will be live-streamed.