The Galaxy J2 Core sports a 5-inch display with a qHD 540×960-pixel resolution. There’s no ambient light sensor, but to make up for that Samsung uses the 5-megapixel selfie camera to gauge the ambient light around you and set the screen’s brightness accordingly. This only happens each time the phone is unlocked and is not constantly acting like a dedicated ambient light sensor would be. The quality of this display is acceptable for the price but we would have preferred an HD panel, which is now the norm even in this price segment.
According to the latest information, after a long time, Samsung updated its older device with the April 2021 patch update in the US. This build includes bug fixes and security improvements. Going by Samsung’s announcement, the update includes more than 30 fixes from Google for vulnerabilities inside stock Android code and 23 fixes from Samsung.
However, this update carries build number J260T1UVS8AUD1.
Owners of the Galaxy J2 Core can receive notification of this update. By chance you don’t receive an update notification then check the update manually by going to the device Settings >> Software updates >> Download and install.
Note: Before upgrading to the latest version make sure your smartphone is connected with a proper internet connection, we recommend you to download it over WIFI so that you will not face any error.
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