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Samsung's Galaxy S20 series is finally getting a camera update for better auto focus

Samsung's Galaxy S20 series is finally getting a camera update for better auto focus
Samsung's Galaxy S20 series is finally getting a camera update for better auto focus
In the first tests it was noticed that the autofocus of the Galaxy S20 models does not work optimally. Samsung is now rolling out the second firmware update for the new series and this time the South Korean manufacturer is also taking care of the auto focus problems.

The first reviews for the Samsung Galaxy S20 confirmed the expensive flagship model several bugs, which affect the camera. The auto focus in particular often causes problems.

If you want to film something in the close-up range, it often jumps between the foreground and background instead of reliably focusing. The autofocus is anything but reliable also under poor lighting conditions. Actually a no-go for a smartphone that costs a smooth $ 1,400 in its highest configuration!

In response to the first tests, Samsung immediately announced that it wanted to quickly fix the bugs using firmware updates, and now the time has come. The second new firmware since launch comes in version G98xxXXU1ATCH, is not yet available via the update section of your smartphone, but can be downloaded via Smart Switch.

The update is intended to greatly improve the camera of all three S20 models and, among other things, ensure a much faster auto focus. However, the update so far only applies to models with Exynos processors, which could be a problem in your area. But an update for the Snapdragon models should also follow shortly.

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Christian Hintze, 2020-03-19 (Update: 2020-03-19)
Christian Hintze
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Because of my interest in computer games I started studying computer science, became a psychologist, but stayed true to the games and the hardware. For example during my year abroad in London as a games tester at Sega. In my spare time I find a balance between PC games and sports (meanwhile mainly indoor soccer and running after my toddler), playing guitar and building bamboo bikes (well, so far only one under guidance).