Samsung’s two budget smartphones are now tasting the latest Android Pie version with One UI flavor. The Galaxy J7 Duo & Galaxy Wide 2 are now receiving Android Pie update. The Galaxy J7 family member J7 Duo is receiving it in India and Galaxy Wide 2 getting new Pie version in South Korea, which only available in Samsung’s home country. The firmware version J720FDDU4BSG7 is seeding on Galaxy J7 Duo, and J727SKSU3CSG3 is for Wide 2. Both devices will be upgraded to Google’s July 2019 security patch after the update.
The update brings Samsung’s latest One UI features with Night Mode, UI tweaks, navigation gestures and Digital wellbeing to the devices. The version for J7 Duo weighs 1270 MB in size and Wide 2 software weighs 885 MB in size. The software is now available via Over-the-Air and soon available in other countries. Galaxy Wide 2 is only available in South Korea so all users in the country will receive it soon. To check it manually, Go to Settings > Software Update and download it.
The interesting fact is Galaxy Wide 2 is now two years old, launched in May 2017, and another fact is, it received the latest version before Galaxy Wide 3. That means that Galaxy Wide 3 will get an update very soon. The Galaxy J7 Duo was launched in April 2018 with Android Oreo software on the board. Yesterday, Verizon released Android Pie on Galaxy J3 smartphone and now another two Samsung devices are getting it.