Samsung releases another Galaxy S20 update to fix camera, autofocus issues
Samsung’s new Galaxy S20 series is full of really great flagship phones, but it’s a bit of a challenge in the camera department. Committed to resolving the issue, Samsung is now releasing a new update to the Galaxy S20 that focuses on the camera and autofocus features.
SamMobile reports that a new Galaxy S20 update is available for at least some device variants. This update only applies to international regions and Exynos variants of Galaxy S20, S20 + and S20 Ultra. The biggest change in this Galaxy S20 update is the new version of the Samsung Camera App (10.0.01.98) that fixes the autofocus issue.
Currently, updates are not rolled out to the OTA, but sideloading via the Samsung Smart Switch is possible.
Early Galaxy S20 reviews, especially the rewind for the 108MP popping Galaxy S20 Ultra, found an autofocus issue. In particular, the device has had a lot of problems with the subject. This camera update for the Galaxy S20 addresses the issue of autofocus, but I haven’t checked it yet as the S20’s Snapdragon model doesn’t have the update.
Unfortunately, there is no mention if this update addresses an issue that has caused issues during the review process.