Samsung has released new software update to its Galaxy A30 smartphone to improve its overall performance. The latest version will improve GPS performance, Proximity sensors and Audio quality on the Galaxy A30. New piece of software carries A305FDDU1ASD5/A305FODM1ASD5/A305FXXU1ASD5 firmware and it is 180.49 MB in size. It comes with April 1, Android security patch level which runs on Android Pie version. Latest update brings 3 major improvements to the smartphone.
• Improved GPS performance
• The stability of Proximity sensor has been improved
• The stability of Audio has been improved
Along with new software version, Samsung has improved overall performance of the smartphone by fixing minor issues and enhancing existing features. Galaxy A30 is already running on Android Pie 9 version so this update rolled out to enhance user experience. To install new version on your Galaxy A30, go to Settings, then Software Update and hit on Download Updates Manually.
Galaxy A30 is new smartphone from company in its mid-range category. Right now, the device is available in India & US market for approximately Rs. 16,900 & $230 respectively. It is 6.4-inch device with Samsung’s super AMOLED infinity V-display. It is available in 3GB/32GB and 4GB/64GB versions and it is packed with 4000mAh battery. In the camera department it has dual 16MP & 5MP camera for excellent photography.
The new Galaxy A30 has launched along with Galaxy A50 & Galaxy A70 smartphones to make attention of budget segments in Indian market. After that, Samsung decided to go with Galaxy A90, the upper model to these existing devices. There is also rumors that company has decided to introduce Galaxy M40, the next device to Galaxy M20 & M30 in the coming days. One thing for sure, Samsung is now more serious than ever about its lower range gadgets and regular software updates are proofs of that. It may be because of more competition from OnePlus, Xiaomi, Huawei and other Chinese companies in the same category.
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.