Google may be getting closer to the release of Android Q, but Samsung is not yet doing it with the rollout of Android's Galaxy for all the eligible devices. Though the Korean company has already covered most of its midrange and flagship models, there are still many budget devices waiting for the update.
Two search budget models, the Galaxy J5 (2017) and J5 Pro (2017), are finally set to receive the Android Pie update soon. These devices have been certified by the Wi-Fi Alliance yesterday with Android Pie onboard, which hints at an impending rollout. In the next six weeks or so.
Both of these budget phones were launched in 2017 with Android Nougat on board, which makes the upcoming release the second and last update of these devices. Previously, Samsung used to release just one major update for its budget devices. The company, however, seems to have changed its policy in recent months, probably due to the increasing threat from Chinese brands.
Android's may not be a major update for other OEMs, but for Galaxy devices, it's one of the biggest releases in recent years. Samsung's feature-rich One UI. You can read our One UI (Android Pie) Feature Focus series to learn what the new update brings to the table.
- model SM J530F
- Dimensions: 146.3 x 71.3 x 7.9mm
- display: 5.2 “(131.8mm) Super AMOLED
- CPU: Exynos Exynos 7870
- Camera: 13 MP, CMOS F1.7
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