Samsung has begun releasing another update to Korea’s Galaxy S20 family, which should address more issues with the camera, especially when it comes to autofocus. There is also an Android security patch for April 2020.
As reported by SamMobile, Samsung has prepared an update with version numbers G98xNKSU1ATCT for Galaxy S20 , Galaxy S20 + and Galaxy S20 Ultra, but so far Hong Kong , Only available in Taiwan and Korea, and may take days or weeks to launch in other countries.
This patch should fix some of the annoying issues related to the camera’s autofocus, which we’ve already reported in detailed testing of the Galaxy S20 Ultra. A few weeks ago, Samsung promised to improve with the update, but the situation in this patch was slightly more bearable.
The new update fixes an issue where the zoom camera often fails to focus after shooting the same subject with the primary camera. It is also said that the quality of slow motion video at 960 frames per second in low light is improved, and after updating, the moving subject should no longer be blurred. The display of pale and especially dark skin color has been corrected to provide a more natural portrait.
Samsung hasn’t mentioned what security issues have been addressed yet, but this update also includes the April 2020 Android security updates directly.