Android Pie has finally arrived for Samsung Galaxy M30 and surpisingly, it has been launched earlier than initially promised. This build was scheduled to arrive for Samsung Galaxy M10, M20, and M30 on June 3 but for Galaxy M30 the update has been pushed out earlier. New Pie firmware comes packed with the latest version of One UI 1.1 along with the latest May 2019 security patch which defends against security loopholes and exploits.
Currently, this update is available in India – the only place where this model is being sold. The software version for this update is M305FDDU1BSEA which weights around 1140 MB. Samsung Galaxy M30 is a powerful, mid-range phone which has been quite popular in markets like India. As for the new update, it includes various new features like floating mode for Samsung Keyboard, Scene Optimizer for Camera and much more. Along with these features comes Amazon Prime Video pre-installed while removing LinkedIn and Microsoft Office Apps.
Samsung Galaxy M30: Android Pie Update Details
Specifically for Samsung devices, Android Pie comes with Samsung’s very own One UI which is designed to make large phones easily usable witha single hand, hence the name. Further, there are features like Digital Wellbeing and Bixby Routines. Samsung Galaxy M30 will be renovated with One UI providing new functions from Android Pie offering a new experience for Samsung M30 users. On top of the new features and UI, this new Android version keeps the phone up to speed with latest software and is no longer lagging behind.
As mentioned above, this update is currently being pushed in India. Using the built-in OTA(Over-the-air) update system, users can directly download and install the new firmware once the notification pops up. And if the notification hasn’t arrived, navigate to Settings and tap Software Update to download and install the update manually.
Let us know in the comments if you’ve received Android 9 Pie on your Samsung Galaxy M30?