Samsung Galaxy S20+ Update Brings Improved Camera Performance

Samsung Galaxy S20+ Update Brings Improved Camera Performance

We heard rumors that Samsung is getting ready to launch a major update for its Galaxy S20 arrangement, which would allegedly fix numerous issues that users have been confronting. Recently, our Indian Galaxy S20+ unit got another update, which essentially referenced upgrades to the camera. The update gives off an impression of being turned out right now in India, in spite of the fact that we don’t know whether a comparative update is being pushed to the Galaxy S20 and Galaxy S20 Ultra as well.

If you’re in India and have one of the Galaxy S20 models, then make certain to check for an update at the present time.

The update is 366.57MB in size and the progressions incorporate enhancements to the security and the presentation of the camera for the Galaxy S20+. The build number has likewise been refreshed to G985FXXU1ATBM, from the past G985FXXU1ATC1. The changelog doesn’t specify what specific improvements have been made to the camera, so except if you were confronting some issue, it merits applying this update and checking if it’s fixed.

SamMobile reports the new form refreshes the camera application to v10.0.01.98 and claims a comparative update is turning out to other Samsung Galaxy S20 models too – the Galaxy S20 and Galaxy S20 Ultra.

A few days back, we heard rumors that Samsung was taking a shot at discharging a ‘major’ update for its smartphones, which would supposedly fix issues, for example, Wi-Fi stability, freezing of the camera application, etc. It’s difficult to state if this is the exact same update, which was guaranteed or if another is in transit.

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