Do you have a Samsung Galaxy J3 2017? So we have good news for you. The South Korean technology began to make available a new update for the Android operating system after this also have already arrived at the Galaxy J7 Neo. This is the latest security patch for the Android operating system.
If you have this smartphone SM-J330FN stay tuned to your notification bar/notification centre. A new firmware (system software) will soon arrive. It will bring various enhancements and security fixes inside with the latest patch of the month of March.
This Samsung Galaxy J3 is one of the most modest Android smartphones of South Korean technology. As part of the “J” range, the J3 (2017) belongs to the low-range line. They are the entry devices of the company, the most modest, the cheapest or accessible.
In fact, this Android smartphone has a 5-inch screen with a Full-HD resolution (1920 x 1080 pixels). It also has a quad-core SoC at 1.4 GHz Cortex-A53, the Exynos 7570. Inside we also find a total of 3GB of RAM and 16GB of internal expandable storage.
Samsung Galaxy J3 now gets Android update
Now, for this Android smartphone is coming to an update note, having first offered the Italian users, as advances to Sammobile. This is the latest firmware version, the J330FNXXU3ARC1. Inside we will have the latest security package for the Android operating system. It should also be noted that, as usual, the update is reaching users via OTA ( over the air ). This way it will be easy and comfortable to install the news.
The Samsung Galaxy J3 is a low-end model:
The South Korean tech had already announced this new patch last week. It fixes several security lapses and will update several devices that were with the January patch. Here, one of the few terminals receiving the February patch off the Galaxy S8.
This month’s security update will bring important security fixes for a total of 9 crashes on the Android system. It also fixes a total of 5 vulnerabilities in the Samsung system. We also have patches for various vulnerabilities of low and moderate risk to the user.
The update is now being deployed and will reach the devices in the space of a few weeks. Its distribution is made gradually and phased. Once you receive this update leave us your feed-back.