Early owners of the Galaxy S20 Ultra have complained about camera issues like the Pokey autofocus of the 108MP main sensor, but it seems that lights are in sight. Samsung says it has launched the American launch of a software update that enhances a number of features for the Galaxy S20 family, particularly the “camera systems”. The company wasn’t sure what the corrections meant, but SamMobile and others have found that the focus speed has improved significantly. You shouldn’t take so many blurry pictures.

The update seems to appear first for unlocked S20 devices (like some models bought by Samsung itself). You will probably have to wait longer if you use a handset with a cellular lock. Still, it’s worth it for your premium smartphone – as much as possible when people around the world are encouraged to stay at home.

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