Samsung has released a new software update recently for Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20 Ultra, and Galaxy S20+. The update goes with the variant numbers G985FXXU1ATD3/G9385FOXM1ATCT/G985FOXM1ATD3 and needs up to 153MB space.
The changelog for the newest OTA update only says: “Overall stability of functions improved, and the April 2020 security patch level.” The Samsung Galaxy S20 + users will get the update notification soon. Users can verify if the update is available by accessing the Settings, Software Update, Download, and finally Install.
Samsung has reportedly been releasing the updates regularly for the Galaxy S20 series. The update represents the third consecutive update so far since the device has been released. The smartphone’s performance is very steady, and until now, no issues have been reported.
Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus Specs and Other Details
Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus sports a 6.7-inch OHD+ Dynamic AMOLED display with a fantastic 240Hz touch response rate, and a refresh rate of 120Hz. The device also comes with support for the HDR 10+ and an incredible 525 PPI density. The lively AMOLED display turns videos playback and gameplays an astonishing delight. But, there’s this drawback that some might find it strange. The QHD+ resolution only runs with the conventional 60Hz. Unfortunately, Samsung couldn’t address the restriction with a software update yet.
The Galaxy S20 Plus flaunts a quad-lens camera with a 12MP wide-angle lens with OIS support and Dual Pixel PDAF. The 1/1.76″ sensor houses an f/1.8 aperture and up to 1.8-micron pixels. It does, too has a 64MP telephoto lens with a PDAF support. Videos can be recorded in a fantastic 8K resolution. The device can also record at a 4k @ 60fps and 30fps quality.
The Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus released on the Indian market is powered by an Exynos 990 SoC, paired with 8GB LPDDR5 RAM and a fast 128GB storage. The smartphone is IP68 certified and supported by a 4,500mAh battery. On the Indian market, it sells for Rs.73,999.