14 April 2020
Update: March 6, 2020
A new update is now rolling out to all the three Galaxy S20 phones. The update weighs 250MB and it brings further improvements to cameras. The initial camera reviews on the Galaxy S20 Ultra aren't great but the update is likely to bring some enhancements, mainly to autofocus. According to TizenHelp, users are reporting improved autofocus and manual focusing on the Galaxy S20 Ultra. The update also mentions the improvement of gesture navigation on the device.
Original Post (February 26, 2020)
Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra is yet to be available in the market but it is already receiving a patch that makes certain improvements, particularly in the camera segment. According to TizenHelp which presumably has a review unit, shared the screenshot that shows the device is getting updated.
The firmware version is G988NKSU1ATBR and it weighs 418MB, with a claim to improve the camera quality. Notably, the first update also includes the March Android security patch.
Initial reviews of the camera performance of the Galaxy S20 Ultra are great with some even calling it to be matching the likes of the iPhone 11 Pro Max camera. The gigantic holds 108MP primary wide-angle sensor and is accompanied by three more sensors onboard. Samsung has particularly enhanced zoom capabilities on the Galaxy S20 series and compared to the other two in the series, the Galaxy S20 Ultra has an impressive 100x zoom.
As per the changelog, it has improved the camera quality and the Auto-Flash of the camera has been solved for better results. The update is currently rolling out in South Korea and soon the users who got the S20 Ultra in other countries will receive this patch as well
The Galaxy S20 Ultra will become available on March 6th to the buyers who pre-ordered it. If you haven’t yet pre-ordered it, you can go to your nearest electronics store and look for one.