“The Samsung Galaxy M40 update also brings a new QR code scanner, device stability, bugs fixes, and camera performance improvements“
The Samsung Galaxy M40 smartphone has started receiving a new firmware update in India. The chaebol is rolling out the update with version M405FDDU1ASH1 and 366MB download size over-the-air to the Galaxy M40. Upon installation of the new software, the handset will get August security patch along with a bunch of camera updates, including a dedicate Night Mode for images in a low-light environment and a QR scanner. The latter will scan QR codes whenever the camera is pointed at them, removing the need for installing third-party QR scanning apps on the Samsung Galaxy M40. Since the phone doesn’t support Bixby, it’ll be a great feature for the handset users. Notably, a lot of Samsung smartphones have been getting the feature lately.
As for Night Mode, it’ll be similar to Samsung’s flagship smartphones. The feature will allow users to switch to this mode to capture a long-exposure shot with a steady hand to capture more details in a dimly lit environment. Apart from this, the update brings device stability, bugs fixes, and camera performance improvements.
The Galaxy M40 users will be notified when the update hits their device. They can also manually check for its availability by going to Settings > Software update > Download and install.
Samsung Galaxy M40 is the most premium smartphone in the lineup, and it was launched in the country back in June. The handset price starts at Rs 19,990 and packs 6GB RAM and 128GB onboard storage. Other highlights of the phone include a 6.3-inch full-HD+ punch-hole display, Snapdragon 675 SoC, triple rear cameras, 3,500mAh battery with fast charging, and latest OneUI with Android 9 Pie.