Latest update for Galaxy S20 series brings forth better Night Mode performance and other camera improvements
Samsung has been hard at work to better the Galaxy S20 series' camera performance. Barring a few hardware-bound issues (that shouldn't exist in the first place, but that's a topic for another day), everything else should be fixable via software. The company is now rolling out an update to its 2020 flagships that claims to improve camera functionality.
The software is making its way to all three Galaxy S20 phones. The changelog doesn't divulge much in the form of information, unfortunately. However, scattered reports from Reddit indicate that the phone's Night Mode has improved. We should know more about the improvements once the update is available widely. Samsung has always lagged behind the competition in the low-light phottography department, and some improvements are welcome.
Samsung usually tests its updates in Germany, followed by other European markets. This time around, however, it has chosen South Korea as the testing ground. We can expect it to make its way to other regions in the coming weeks OTA. Alternatively, you can try your luck sideloading it onto your phone with Samsung Smart Switch using a PC/Mac.