The South Korean Giant is rolling out a new update to its Galaxy A30 smartphone which brings improvements to the overall system performance of the smartphone. The update comes with the version A305FDDU1ASD5/A305FODM1ASD5/A305FXXU1ASD5 and weighs 180.49 MB in size. Along with the update the handset also gets Android security patch for the month of April 2019 and it is being rolled out via OTA.
Since the update will be pushed in patches, it might take some time to reach your device. If you can’t wait, there is always a manual way to get the update by going to the settings of the smartphone and clicking on the system updates section. If you find a file, then download it to the phone and install it. Make sure you back up all the important data just to be on the safe side and also check if the phone has enough charge on it.
The Galaxy A30 from Samsung was launched recently and recently an update to it fixed the issues with security and also improved earphones sound output. The latest updates bring improvements in the GPS performance of the smartphone along with improved stability to the proximity sensor and improved stability of audio. Furthermore, Samsung has also included the latest security patch for the month of April which will fix many bugs.
Taking about the smartphone if you are not aware of it much, the Galaxy A30 comes with a 6.4-inch full HD+ Super AMOLED display with an Infinity-U notch which is also called an Infinity-U display. Under the hood, the device is powered with an octa-core processor with Samsung’s in-house Exynos 7904 SoC coupled with 4GB of RAM. The device comes with onboard storage of 64GB which can be extended further up to 512GB.
There is a 4000mAh battery on the device with the support for 15W fast charging and has a dual rear camera setup on the back with the 16MP main camera sensor and a secondary 5MP camera. On the front, there is a 16MP selfie camera which comes with a fixed focus f/2.0 lens. Do you own Galaxy A30 smartphone? Did you receive the latest update on it? Comment in the section below and stay tuned to PhoneRadar for more similar updates.