The update shifts the build number of the Galaxy J6 to J600FNXXU3BSD1 and weighs in at a little over 1.2GB. With the latest update, users will now able to use the all-new OneUI from Samsung which features newly designed controls at the bottom with a larger search box or text at the first half.
Just two days after rolling out the update to Galaxy J8, Samsung has started rolling out a major update to the Galaxy J6 which is in the form of an update to Android 9 Pie. The latest software brings Google’s latest mobile OS as well as Samsung’s own One UI interface.
The update shifts the build number of the Galaxy J6 to J600FNXXU3BSD1 and weighs in at a little over 1.2GB. With the latest update, users will now able to use the all-new OneUI from Samsung. The latest UI features newly designed controls at the bottom with larger search box or text at the first half, which it claims will be easier to navigate as compared to its predecessor.
Apart from this, users will be able to use new gesture controls, a new pill-shaped icon for navigations, refined notifications and Quick Settings, vertical volume controls and new power menu among others.
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Samsung has seeded the March 2019 batch of Android security updates to the Galaxy J6, unlike the Galaxy J8 which received the latest April 2019 Android security. The update is currently being rolled out over-the-air across several markets and if you haven’t yet received the prompt for the update, make sure you check for the update manually by heading over to Settings > System Updates.
The Galaxy J6 was launched in May last year for a price of Rs 13,990 but has since been brought down to Rs 10,490 after several price drops. It features a 5.6-inch Super AMOLED Infinity Display with an aspect ratio of 18.5:9 with a 2.5D curved glass. The device is powered by an octa-core Exynos 7870 chipset with options to choose from 3GB and 4GB RAM variants and up to 64GB of onboard storage.
In terms of camera, the J6 employs a single 13-megapixel primary camera with a fixed f/1.9 aperture and an LED flash. There will be an 8-megapixel sensor on the front with the same aperture, all of which will be housed on a plastic body. All of this will be backed up by a 3,000mAh battery and there’s also a fingerprint scanner at the back for security.
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