Along with Google’s April security patch, the Galaxy S20 series devices are receiving the latest firmware to improve camera performance. Since the first firmware version, Samsung has rolled out almost all the firmware updates to fix various camera issues. The firmware version G98*NKSU1ATCT is seeding on all three models, which are 440MB in size. Recently, the April update with firmware version ‘ATCT” had released in Hong Kong & Taiwan, but that was different from this, though, enhanced camera performance.
Now, the new firmware version pushed out to fixes various camera features, including autofocus. As per the changelog, it comes with autofocus accuracy & speed improvement immediately after switching from a wide angle to the telephoto camera. Along with it, the software change has brought performance boost to the super slow motion low light performance & wide angle of view. It has also improved the phenomenon of moving subjects being too blurry and intermittent improvement in dark & pale skin color.
Apart from that, the new version will fix the minor bugs to improve the overall quality of the devices. The firmware is now rolling out in South Korea for Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20+ & Galaxy S20 Ultra smartphones. The update will soon hit the other regions in the coming days. To check for the new update, go to Settings and then the Software update menu.
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