Samsung’s newest flagship smartphones Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20+ & Galaxy S20 Ultra are now receiving an April security patch. The update has also brought improvements to the camera. Google’s latest Android security patch has already seeded on Galaxy S10 & Note series smartphones along with One UI 2.1 features. Now, the firmware version G98*0ZHU1ATCT is releasing in Hong Kong (China) & Taiwan to squash known bugs and to improve the overall performance of the device.
As per the changelog, it has enabled a 5G network in Hong Kong (China). In addition, it also improves the camera quality of the Galaxy S20 lineup. It fixes the issue of auto-focus function of the camera to enhance quality. The other major countries, including the US & some European regions, have already received a camera update. That means the remaining countries which are still on the March security patch may receive an April security patch with another camera improvements.
Since the launching date of Galaxy S20, S20+ & S20 Ultra, Samsung is continuously releasing new updates to enhance the overall quality of the devices, especially in the camera department. We need to see what changes the April update brings in the countries where the camera update has already rolled out. The other countries may get the April update in the coming days. To check the update manually, go to Settings, then accessing the Software update and after that Download & install.