It was initially rolled out for the Galaxy S20 users in Hong Kong and Korea, and now the update is available for global users. According to the changelog, the update fixes an issue with camera autofocus when switching between main and rear camera.
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We can now verify that the software version ATCT has fixed the autofocus issue. It also brought other improvements for the Galaxy S20’s camera. In some cases, it is now taking better pictures in low-lights.
You can download this update by heading into the device Settings, tap on the Software update menu and go for the Download and install option.
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