Samsung Galaxy J3 Pro, launched two years ago and initially known as Galaxy J3 2017, will receive the Android 0.0 Pie update. Samsung Galaxy J3 2017 impressed us with its 5.0 inches display and a screen resolution of 720 x 1280 pixels. Packing 16GB internal memory and supporting its expansion via microSD cards up to 256GB, we were all glad to have a phone from the J series with a huge memory.
The phone has a 13MP rear camera and a 5MP selfie camera, and if we consider it launched two years ago, it is quite amazing. Anyhow, Galaxy J3 Pro launched with Android 7.0 Nougat, but it is clear the developers haven’t forgot about it. This upgrade is the second major one received since its launch. The upgrade is now available in Russia and Vietnam (build numbers J330FXXU3CSG6 and J330GDXU3CSG7).
What’s new in Android 9 Pie on Samsung Galaxy J3 Pro?
Well, you have to know that this update comes with a brand new Quick Settings UI design, an enhanced Volume Slider, and an advanced battery with AI Support. Besides these new features, Android 9.0 Pie has the Adaptive Brightness improved, the Theme Selection has the manual mode included, and it includes the Android Dashboard. Also, this update includes the last Security Patch from July 2019.
How to install Samsung Galaxy J3 Pro Android 9 Pie Update
Samsung taught us with easy ways of installing apps or new updates, so Android 9.0 Pie update is not very far from this category, as it is seeding OTA (over-the-air). Although is on its testing phase, you will get the update on your phone soon.
If you’re not a patient person, you can choose to try capturing the OTA manually. All you have to do is go into the ‘Settings’ menu, then choose ‘System’. When you get to the ‘System Update’ and you see the OTA there with its latest version number, you can download and install Android 9.0 Pie update made for Samsung Galaxy J3 Pro.
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