Samsung has released the latest July update to its Galaxy A70 smartphone. The new software brings dedicated night mode and QR Code scanner features to the camera. These were the missing features on Galaxy A70 and now finally, Samsung brought them. The galaxy A50 was the first mid-range device to get both these features, in the June security update Galaxy A50 was lucky to get them. The latest firmware version A705GMDDU3ASG6 is now rolling out with Android’s July security patch that counts 367 MB in size. The software also improves the overall security of the smartphone.
The interesting part of this update is, Samsung installed ‘Helo’ app on Galaxy A70, and users are not happy with it. Samsung never does such things, but recently, the company has installed many third-party apps on its range of smartphones. In the last Security update, Samsung pre-installed FabHotels, Likee, MobiKwik, Big Basket, and ShareChat apps on many devices. Most customers are unhappy with it; luckily, they can uninstall the apps. So if you have received such apps and you don’t want to use, then you can simply uninstall them.
In the previous firmware, Galaxy A70 has received many camera features. It has come up with Super Steady video mode, slow-mo, super slow-motion, focus mode and Beauty Video mode features so now it got the Night Mode function to improve picture quality.
The firmware is now releasing in India and other countries will get it soon. To check the update manually, head to Settings > Software Update and then hit on the button. After Premium lines, Galaxy S10 series, Galaxy S9 & S9+, Galaxy Note 9 and budget smartphone Galaxy A50, it is another device to get the Night Mode function.