This week, on our rather short, weekly firmware news roundup: The Galaxy Note 10 gets minor improvements to face unlock, S20 Ultra is now receiving its first update after the release, and more!
What's New This Week?
- The latest Galaxy Note 10 update brings some minor improvements to the face unlock and the navigation gestures
- Galaxy S20 Ultra gets its first update with the latest Android security patch in it
Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+
A new update is here for the Note 10 and it brings a few small improvements for the face recognition and the navigation gestures.
According to our sources, it was released about a week ago and is currently available in Germany and Malaysia as well. So, we suppose that it'll soon become available for other European regions as well. However, as per usual, Americans and Canadians alike will probably have to keep on waiting for a bit longer.
Samsung doesn't specifically mention any details about the improvements and we know for sure that the update doesn't include March's security patch. But, judging by what we've seen till now, chances are that another update will soon be available with the latest security patch in it.
Galaxy S20 Ultra
The Galaxy S20 series was introduced a little while ago with the S20 Ultra being the most powerful variant out of the bunch. That very same smartphone is now getting its first update which brings improvements to the camera quality along with the latest security patch.
We don't have a lot of details about it. All we know is that the overall image quality has been improved and the auto-flash is better now as well.
Other than that, the March security patch is included in the update which weighs 418 megabytes.
Samsung has been incredibly quick with pushing security updates lately. In fact, they often manage to do so even before Google.
That's all for now. We'll let you know if anything else comes up, so, stay tuned!
This has probably been one of our shortest roundups ever since we started. Sorry, but, not much happened this week.
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