Since the last few updates, Samsung is trying to improve the autofocus issue on the Galaxy S20 devices. The fun part is, there are only three significant updates & one security patch released since the launch date, and in each version, the company promised to fix it. Finally, in the recent firmware, it has solved the problem. Last week Samsung dispatched firmware version G98*USQU1ATCH that taken care of the camera department. After it released in South Korea and then in other countries, it is now rolling out in the USA.
The two major telecom operators, Sprint & Verizon, as well as unlocked users, are now upgrading to the latest software. The 426MB update comes with March 1st security patch that seeds on Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20+ & Galaxy S20 Ultra smartphones. The Galaxy S20 Ultra was the main device that underperformed since the beginning. It launched with a 108MP camera with top-notch functions, so expectations from users were very high.
The autofocus & the manual focus was the main defected function, and after the update, users say they are getting better results. The changelog hasn’t mentioned any changes, but the firmware ends with ATCH rolled out to fix camera issues. If you are using Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20+ & Galaxy S20 Ultra smartphones, then go to Settings & install the latest version. In the coming days, users on other carriers will get it.