Samsung seems like it will dominate for a long while in the smartphone market, and therefore the company plans to offer all that it’s best to its smartphones. One of the latest achievements is rolling out the Android 10 update for three new phones: Galaxy A6 (2018), Galaxy A7 (2018), and the Galaxy A80 models.
To take advantage of the new update, you’ll have to wait for a prompt appearing on your device within several days. Now, let’s see what exactly those updates are made of:
Galaxy A6 (2018)
The build number is A600FNXXU5CTB9, and the March 2020 Android security patch is also included. The Galaxy S6 is initially a five years old phone that comes in three versions of storage: 32 GB, 64 GB, and 128 GB. It packs 3 GB of RAM, an Exynos 7420 Octa (14 nm) chipset, 16 MP for the main camera, and 5 MP for the selfie camera.
Galaxy A7 (2018)
The version number for this one is A750FXXU4CTBC, and it has a size of 1.3GB. The main features are Dark Mode, new navigation gestures, and new UI.
The A7 model was released in October 2018, and it comes in three versions: 64 GB with 4 GB RAM, 128 GB with 4 GB of RAM, and another one with 128 GB of storage, but with 6 GB of RAM.
The firmware version for this one is A805FXXU4BTC3. The new build brings along Dark Mode, new navigation gestures, a new UI and Digital Wellbeing,
Galaxy 80 was released last year in May in only one version: 128 GB of storage, and 8 GB of RAM. It has a Super AMOLED display, an Octa-core Qualcomm SDM730 Snapdragon 730 (8 nm), a 48MP main camera, an 8 MP selfie camera, and no card slot. But hey, with a total amount of 128 GB of storage, who needs extra space?
The three Samsung models are showing once more that the South Korean company is a tremendous phone manufacturer, and it doesn’t want to lose that title pretty soon.