Galaxy S20 line gets updated with July security patch
Models of the Galaxy S20 line are receiving the July security patch. In addition to Android fixes, Samsung has also implemented some camera improvements.
The Galaxy S20 line is receiving a new software update. This time, Samsung started distributing the July security patch, which contains a number of important fixes to make the operating system more secure. The company has also implemented some camera improvements.
According to the changelog, this new update, which brings the firmware version “G98xNKSU1ATFD” and weighs around 386MB, improves the video stabilization and increases the quality of the zoomed photos. In addition, owners will now be able to use a Bluetooth microphone to make audio recordings via the device’s native voice recorder.
The new update also removes the “MirrorLink” function, which allows you to connect your smartphone to the car’s dashboard. That’s because Samsung has confirmed that it will end support, as well as “Car Mode” and “Find My Car”.
At the moment, the July security patch can only be downloaded via OTA in South Korea. However, if no critical errors are detected by Samsung in this initial distribution phase, a broader rollout reaching other countries should happen in the next few days or weeks.
When corrections arrive on your device, before carrying out the installation, check the amount of battery available to avoid disconnections during the process, we recommend at least 50%. We also advise you to make a backup of your data.
Remembering that all models of the Galaxy S20 line are available in Brazil. The Galaxy S20 Ultra, for example, is the most powerful and, consequently, the most expensive. It delivers cutting-edge specifications, including a 108MP main sensor, 6.9 “screen with 120Hz refresh rate and 5,000mAh battery.
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