Samsung has now rolled out new Android Pie update to its Galaxy J8 for Indian users. The update has already been served to other major countries and now finally Indian users can install it. The firmware version carries J810GDDU2BSD5/J810GODM2BSD5/J810GDDU2BSC6 and it weigh 1196 MB in size. The new version will bring latest Pie features to the device with Samsung’s new One UI experience and it carries April 1st Android security patch to the device. It is interesting that last week Samsung has already delivered Pie update to the Galaxy J6 in India, which is lower model than Galaxy J8.
We all know Samsung is very slow to deliver updates to its mid-range & low range smartphones though this year company has released many updates on the major devices in the given time. To install new update on your Galaxy J8, go to Settings, then tap on Software Update and then hit on Download Updates Manually option. The update is just rolled out in the country so if you haven’t received it yet then wait for a while. Samsung will send you notifications about the new update otherwise you can check it manually.
Android Pie for Galaxy J8 originally launched on April 8 in Russia and later it served in other countries. It is now available to download in all continents. It has released in UK, US, Canada, Brazil, Malaysia, Philippines, Germany, Italy, Australia and other countries. Finally, as thay promised Indian users can use it. The same update also has released in Mexico. If you are from Mexico then check your device to get latest software version.
The new software update is important for J8 users that it brings lots of features with it. The new One UI user interface, improved camera quality & battery performance, latest custom skin for the device and dual VoLTE feature with AR Emoji stickers are few of them. After the new version some users are facing poor battery performance and some other minor lags into the software. Some users also raised complaints about slowness into their phone and other minor issues. It happens in new updated versions so if you face any problems then you can share your experience with us. Give us your feedback in the comments section below.
Madhav Biradar started his career in technology back in 2011, where he covered mobile & gaming articles. He is an enthusiast in smartphone & wearable gadgets. In his free time, he likes to read about new tech gadgets and watch movies.