The Galaxy S20 smartphones are excellent phones with plenty of attractive features, but their wasn’t perfect at launch. Issues with the camera have been the most widely complained about, with the Galaxy S20 Ultra in particular suffering from slow autofocus, and Samsung has been doing its best to fix all those issues through regular software updates.
It was just a week ago that Samsung released the April security update for the Galaxy S20, S20+, and S20 Ultra series with a slew of camera-related improvements. The company is now rolling out yet another new update for its latest flagship. The update has been released in China with build number G98x0ZCU1ATD1 and will likely be released in other markets around the world in the coming days.
Camera improvements are reportedly included
The translated version of the changelog suggests that the update only brings some stability improvements, though Twitter leakster Ice universe notes that the update also improves autofocus and HDR in the camera and fine-tunes UI animations. We will need to wait for the international release to be completely sure what the update has to offer, though we can assume it is an important one considering how soon it is arriving after the previous update.
The new update is rolling out over the air in China and can be downloaded from the phone’s Settings » Software update menu. The latest firmware is also available in our archive for manual installation. We will be sure to let you know once the update starts rolling out in other markets, so stay tuned if you own a Galaxy S20, S20+, or Galaxy S20 Ultra.