Samsung has released a surprise update for the seven-year-old Galaxy J7 smartphone: it improves GPS performance
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Samsung has released a surprise update for the seven-year-old Galaxy J7 smartphone: it improves GPS performance

The Samsung Galaxy J7 smartphone was released in 2015 and received a new software update with the numbers J700FXXU4BVG2 for the SM–J700F model and J700HXXU3BVG2 for the SM–J700H model.

This update is designed to increase the stability of GPS reception in the phone. They do not change the Android security system. It was last updated in April 2018, three years after its launch.

It is unknown what other modifications the firmware may contain, apart from GPS fixes. The firmware may protect against a security exploit or critical bug. Smartphones are still running Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow.

Samsung has made significant improvements to its support for smartphones and tablets over the years with the most recent software updates. The Korean manufacturer had promised that it would provide four major Android OS updates and up to five years’ worth of security updates for its flagship smartphones.

Samsung has released a surprise update for the seven-year-old Galaxy J7 smartphone: it improves GPS performance
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