Delivering on its promise, Samsung has finally released an update to the Galaxy S20 Series of smartphones fixing camera issues. The software update is said to be primarily for the Exynos SoC-powered phones. The update, with 10.0.01.98 build number, in the Samsung Camera app is said to fix the S20 Ultra’s autofocus and skin tone problems. The update is also available for the Galaxy S20+ and the Galaxy S20 devices.
We haven’t received the update on our handset yet, and we’ll update the camera performance in our ongoing review. Depending on where you are, and whether your phone is unlocked or carrier tied, the update size varies from 366MB and 415 MB. According to the update log, the update also brings device stability and other bug fixes.
The Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra comes with a quad-camera set-up with an 108MP primary camera, a 12MP ultra-wide camera, a 48MP telephoto lens with 100x Space Zoom, and a ToF lens. On the front is a 40MP lens. The phone gets a 6.9-inch Quad HD+ Dynamic AMOLED Infinity-O Display that has a 120hz refresh rate and HDR10+ certification.
There's also a 5000mAh battery pack with 45W fast charging support. You will get the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 processor if you are in the US or an Exynos 990 chipset if you are in India. As mentioned, the update is primarily for those Galaxy S20 devices which have Exynos mobile platform at their heart.