Samsung via a promo video recently confirmed the merger of the Galaxy J series with the new Galaxy A series. The merger means the brand ceases to release more Galaxy J branded phones in favor of the new Galaxy A series with the double-digit naming convention. Well, it appears that isn’t the end of the road for the J series, as the Korean giant has just seeded a software update to the Galaxy J8 released sometime in 2018.
Software update with the version number J810FPUU3BSD1 – is at the moment rolling out users of the Galaxy J8 in Russia and should reach other regions soon over the air. The update alongside the April security patches bumps the J8 OS version to Android 9 in addition to One UI, Samsung’s latest custom skin for Android.
Samsung is rolling out the update over-the-air and should get to most users in the following days, however, users can check for the update manually by going to the Software update section of the Settings app and by tapping on Download updates manually.
Key features of the J8 include its 18.5:9 Super AMOLED Infinity Display that flows from edge-to-edge, a dual rear camera as well as supports for Face Unlock, artificial intelligence features like object and scene detection.