Every time when a new smartphone releases in the market, the first thing we care to think about is what Android OS is it going to come with..?! In the past years and most recently till 2018 we saw a massive upgrade in Android technology. This has also led to an improvement in the technologies incorporated by smartphone makers. Of course, the hardware and software go hand-in-hand let it be any platform. Besides, the latest Android OS is now reachable to all segments of devices and is not only limiting to flagships.
Speaking of new age smartphones, Samsung has always been in the news for its innovative technical aspects which it reflects on its device. It always caters to every segment of users budget and premium. Speaking of which recently the company has released its mid-range machine Galaxy M30. It is a power packed mid-ranger with flagship attributes. Though it has some powerful features, it misses out on the latest Android OS which is 9.0 Pie. Out-of-the-box the device runs Android 8.1 Oreo.
Now, the question arises when we are seeing such a powerful machine, wouldn’t it have been great if it ran the latest Android 9.0 Pie.? So, the next question is when the Galaxy M30 Android Pie update will roll..? As of now, what we have seen the Pie treat is only available for top-end devices like Galaxy S9/S8, Note 9 and Note 8 etc. The Galaxy S10 and its counterparts run Android Pie out-of-the-box.
So, if we take a look at newbie Galaxy M30 then we guess this device may receive Android Pie around the 3rd quarter of 2019. The whole process is not simple at all. It all begins with selected beta testing and gradual bug squashing. So, let’s say if Samsung is done with rolling stable Pie OS update for its S-series machines, then it will begin to soak testing for the M-Series and A-series devices.
This may begin around mid-2019 and go until a few months into the third quarter. Android Q 1st beta is already rolling for Pixel devices. So, we think given the robust features of Galaxy M30, Samsung should soon work on seeding Android Pie for it. Or there could be another possibility although it’s a bit far-fetched. The Korean company may skip Android Pie and directly initiate Android Q. It’s just an assumption as earlier Samsung had jumped Android OS upgrade on various of its devices. Instead of rolling Android 8.0 Oreo straight away provided Android 8.1 oreo.
The latest mid-range rocker Galaxy M30 from Samsung released in March 2019. It sports an AMOLED display of 6.4 inches with 1080 x 2340 pixel resolutions. M30 is available in options of 4GB/64GB and 6GB/128GB of memory and storage. It runs on an octa-core Exynos 7904 with Android 8.1 Oreo. In the camera section, it has 13+5+5 MP lens which comprises of ultrawide, depth sensor & PDAF. Also, this phone comes with a massive non-removable Li-Po 5000 mAh battery.
So, if you have the Galaxy M30, then do stay tuned to all the movements from Samsung. Sooner or later your device is definitely going to taste the Android Pie OS from Google.