Samsung Galaxy J6 OTA Update Brings Dual VoLTE Support, Auto Brightness & Much More

Samsung Galaxy J6 is one of the budget-friendly phones by the company that is all packed with good specs. The phone has recently started receiving an OTA Update that has brought a lot of changes. Samsung Galaxy J6 OTA Update has brought Dual VoLTE support, Auto-brightness and much more.

Samsung Galaxy J6 OTA Update Is Rolling Out To All Users

The update has brought many new features. Samsung has combined it with the December Security patch as well. The new update is around 286MB in size and it will be available over-the-air (OTA). All the Samsung Galaxy J6 users will see a notification when an update becomes available for their handset. However, they can download it manually by going to the Software Update section in Settings as well. They can select Download updates manually.

Changelog
  • The update enables auto brightness feature by using the selfie camera
  • Users of J6 had to change screen brightness manually till date since this phone lacked an ambient light sensor but now the new software update will help the Galaxy J6  to gauge ambient light using selfie camera and set the screen brightness accordingly
  • The update also brings dual VoLTE functionality that will enable users to use two 4G VoLTE SIM cards.
  • OTA update also brings AR Emojis

Samsung Galaxy J6 has an Infinity Display with 18:9 aspect ratio and HD+ (720×1480) resolution. Moreover, the phone has 3GB of RAM and 32GB of storage. The phone also includes a microSD card slot for further expansion. Samsung Galaxy J6 (2018) has a single 13MP F/1.9 camera that sits on the back alongside an LED flash. Furthermore, the front-facing selfie snapper has an 8MP sensor and fixed-focus F/1.9 lens. The Samsung Galaxy J6 (2018) runs the Android 8.0 Oreo straight out of the box with the Samsung Experience launcher on top. Furthermore, it offers face unlocking support and a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner.

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