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New camera improving Galaxy S20 update rolling out internationally

The April 2020 security update for the Galaxy S20 series, which also includes multiple camera improvements, is now rolling out internationally for the LTE variants of the S20, S20+, and S20 Ultra. The update was first released in Hong Kong and Taiwan and then arrived in Korea earlier this week, and it is now available in many more countries, including the UAE, Russia, South Africa, Israel, and Nepal.

Featuring build number G98xFXXU1ATCT, this update will most likely be released for the 5G variants of the Galaxy S20 lineup before the week is over and should also go live worldwide in the next few days. It brings a slew of enhancements to the camera experience, including improvements to low-light super slow motion videos and faster autofocus when switching between the 108MP main camera and the 48MP periscope zoom camera.

The update might also include other improvements, and we will be digging in deep on our Galaxy S20s to see if that is the case. If you own a Galaxy S20, S20+, or S20 Ultra, you can download the update over the air from the phone’s Settings » Software update menu or grab the latest firmware from our archive and install it using a Windows PC. Our firmware section is also a great way to check if the update is available in your country.

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