It seems that the Samsung Galaxy Fame, which is available in a couple of variants, the the GT-S6810 and GT-S6810P, has begun to receive firmware which was originally meant for the Galaxy Fame GT-S6810P (NFC). Do take into consideration that you are unable to install the firmware meant for the Galaxy Fame GT-S6810P (NFC) on your Galaxy Fame GT-S6810. Basically, the Samsung Galaxy Fame GT-S6810P (NFC) will feature a 3.5” display at 320 x 480 resolution, in addition to a 5-megapixel camera, a single-core 1GHz processor that clearly places this in the entry-level side of things, NFC support, A-GPS and Wi-Fi connectivity, all running on Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean as the operating system of choice alongside Samsung’s very own Nature TouchWiz user interface layer on top of it.
For folks who are interested in the firmware, you will have to be in countries such as the Netherlands, Romania (Cosmote), Hungary, Open Austria, Czech Republic, Serbia (Telenor), Serbia (VIP) and Germany. Assuming you own the correct version of the Galaxy Fame, have you given the firmware update a go already?
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