Samsung announced today that Galaxy A50 is going to receive a major software update which will improve the overall quality of the pictures that the smartphone takes. The update is being rolled out via OTA (over the air) channels and it will arrive during the upcoming days. Samsung also announced that the update is being rolled out exclusively in India.
Galaxy A50 Receives New Update
The first thing that we want to mention about the new update that is rolling out for Galaxy A50 in India is that this is the first update that the smartphone is receiving since it has been launched. The update sports the “A505FDDU1ASC1” build number and it weighs in at 138.67MB. Galaxy A50 users who don’t want to wait around for the update to arrive OTA can always manually trigger it by following the next steps: Settings – Software Update – Download updates manually.
Galaxy A50 users should be pleased to know that this latest update focuses on improving the smartphone’s camera features. The update introduces a handful of software tweaks that optimize and improve the quality of the pictures that Galaxy A50’s camera takes.
March Security Update
In case the camera improvements don’t seen important enough to download the new update for Galaxy A50 users, then they should know that Samsung has made sure to also include the March security patch. This is an important update and Samsung is saying that it fixes a bunch of software vulnerabilities that helped third-party apps collect information about users, even though they were not given access to do this.
From the looks of it, Galaxy A50 users who live in India should make it their top priority to download the new update as soon as possible. The update doesn’t just introduce cool features that improve the camera’s performances, it also makes sure that the users are kept safe from security exploits.
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