It is reported that Samsung has released a new firmware update for its Galaxy S20 series of phones, which aims to improve camera performance. As of now, the update is only available in the company’s original country. According to an online report, the update aims to solve the autofocus problem on the Galaxy S20 Ultra which was one of the main issues in the main phone camera. It is an OTA update just over 250MB in size. This update follows the first OTA update released last month.
The latest update for Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra comes with the firmware version number G988NKSU1ATC2, while the same update for Galaxy S20 bears the build number G981NKSU1ATC2. On the other hand, the Galaxy S20 + update comes with build number G986NKSU1ATC2.
According to a report by TizenHelp, most users have shared that after the update, they have “encountered auto focus and manual focus” on the Galaxy S20 Ultra. Besides camera improvements, touch gestures are also improved.
If you are not notified of the new update, you can go to Settings> Software Update and check it manually. As of now, there are no details on when the update will come to India or other markets.
Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra comes equipped with a quad-screen camera at the back that includes a 108-megapixel wide-angle primary shooter with f / 1.8 aperture, 48-megapixel telephoto shooter along with an f / 3.5 sensor and a 12-megapixel ultra-wide sensor wide shooter, and DepthVision camera .
Galaxy S20 Ultra also features a 40MP selfie camera. The Indian variant of the phone is powered by Exynos 990 SoC, and it has 12 GB RAM and 128 GB storage on board. It also has a massive 5000mAh battery.