Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G first firmware update brought March 2020 security patch and improvement to the camera quality

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Recently launched Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G smartphone is receiving its first firmware update. The first update brought the March 2020 security patch and an improvement to the camera quality of the smartphone. This 418MB firmware update for the Galaxy S20 Ultra smartphone has a version number G988NKSU1ATBR. Currently, the update is currently rolling out for the S20 Ultra model marketed in South Korea, but soon it will be available on the smartphones launched in other countries.

As per the changelog, the smartphone’s camera quality has improved, and the Auto-Flash of the camera has also been solved. In the Galaxy S20 series, it is the first device that received the update with the March 1, 2020 security patch.

Changelog (translated)

  • Added camera function and stabilization code applied: 1). Camera ultra wide mode minimum zoom (x1) are in flash function application 2). Camera quality improved
  • Samsung Account Privacy Security
  • Terminal security-related stabilization code applicable

Recently, Samsung has launched its flagship Galaxy S20 series and in the most countries, shipment will be started from March 6. So, it is a good step from the company that it has released the new update before the marketing started.

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