Samsung Galaxy S20 is starting to get into the hands of customers this week and the company is already pushing out an update. The March security update for the Galaxy S20 provides security improvements performance enhancements, and more.
As it stands right now, two updates tend to be rolling out in selected regions to Galaxy S20 users. One of those is an update that fixes the autofocus issues found by early reviewers, especially on the Galaxy S20 Ultra. The other update brings with it general improvements, upgrades to performance and the latest security patch.
Verizon has released an update for the Galaxy S20+ and Galaxy S20 Ultra— Verizon does not yet carry the smaller Galaxy S20 — which is expected to “improve your device’s performance.” The changelog does not post any information beyond that, but SamMobile speculates that this update may fix some audio issues with apps such as YouTube and Prime Video when they’re in picture-in-picture mode.
It’s also important to note that this update includes the Galaxy S20 March 2020 security patch, an update Google is scheduled to release for Pixels later today.
The update will not roll out to most users today, of course. Rather, this is likely to be delivered to customers either when their new device is first unboxed, or shortly after it is set up. Either way, fixes like this are always appreciated and in the next few days we will most probably see the same change on other carriers. It is not clear if the camera fixes are included in this update too.