- Samsung Galaxy S20 series is the latest flagship from the company
- The Galaxy S20 Ultra brings a 108-megapixel telephoto lens
- The Galaxy S20 Plus gets a 64-megapixel primary camera
Samsung has released a new software update for primarily its Exynos-powered Galaxy S20 series phones and also its Qualcomm Snapdragon units of the series in the US. The update is quite interesting as it improves the phone's camera performance by bumping up the Samsung Camera app to the latest 10.0.01.98 build number.
As detailed by GSMArena, the update fixes the S20 Ultra's autofocus and skin tone problems via an OTA update that is now also available to the Galaxy S20+ and S20 users across the globe.
Depending on the region of download, and the phone being an unlocked or carrier tied unit, the update ranges between 366MB and 415 MB in size and also brings device stability and other bug fixes. However, the update is said to not bring with itself a new security patch -- which Samsung is expected to roll-out with a new update in the next few weeks.
To remind our readers, being the latest flagship from Samsung, the S20 Ultra gets a quad-camera set-up with the first lens being an ultra-wide 12-megapixel lens sat next to the primary 108-megapixel wide-angle lens. For 100x Space Zoom there's a 48-megapixel lens. Completing the set-up is a ToF lens. For selfies, the S20 Ultra gets a massive 40-megapixel lens.
Apart from this, the Galaxy S20 Ultra also gets the biggest display of the three phones, as it sports a 6.9-inch Quad HD+ Dynamic AMOLED Infinity-O Display. It supports a 120hz refresh rate and is HDR10+ certified. There's also a 5000mAh battery pack with support for up to 45W fast charging to keep the phone ticking.
Under the hood, the Galaxy S20 Ultra also gets the fastest chipset available to the company right now. Depending on the region of purchase, the phone either brings a 5G enabled Snapdragon 865 or a 4G modem totting Exynos 990 chipset -- in India, it's the latter.