Samsung Galaxy S20 Second OTA Update Brings Camera Improvements

Samsung released the first OTA update last week for the Galaxy S20 Ultra, focused on camera quality, the automatic flash function, and the March security patch. A new update is being released on the three variants of the Galaxy S20, which will use around 250 MB of data. If you decide to install it outside the range of Wi-Fi, take this into account.

The Samsung is launching the update two over the air number for the Samsung Galaxy S20 in South Korea. Samsung launched the first OTA update last week for the Galaxy S20 Ultra focused on the quality of the camera, the automatic flash function, and the March security patch.

Samsung Galaxy S20 Second OTA Update

A new update is being released on the three variants of the Galaxy S20, which will use around 250 MB of data. If you decide to install it outside the range of Wi-Fi, take this into account. The update will bring improvements to the quality of the camera, after the initial wave of reviews of the Galaxy S20 – mainly due to the inconsistent behavior of the autofocus.

Firmware versions G981NKSU1ATC2, G986NKSU1ATC2 and G988NKSU1ATC2 for the S20, S20 + and S20 Ultra (respectively) are arriving on the devices, but it may take a little longer before markets outside South Korea receive the update.

According to TizenHelp, users who have received this update describe the improved autofocus and manual focus functions on the Galaxy S20 Ultra. The update also mentions improved gesture navigation on the device.

Go to the Settings menu> Software update to manually check for available updates.

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