Samsung has already fixed the camera autofocus issue on the Galaxy S20 via multiple software updates. Recently, Samsung released a software update with April 2020 security patch for the Galaxy S20, S20+, and S20 Ultra. The last software package came with camera-related improvements.
Today, the company has started rolling out a new software update for its latest flagship series. The software version of this update is ATD1, which is currently rolling in China. It should soon be available in other markets.
According to Ice universe, the update also improves autofocus and HDR in the camera and fine-tunes UI animations. It also adds the April 2020 security patch.
If you want to check for the update manually, you can do this by heading into the device Settings > Software update menu, then tap on the Download and install option.
Four days after updating the TCT firmware, China updated the Galaxy S20 series firmware TD1 again, once again improving the focus, HDR, and fine-tuning the transition animation. There are other improvements to be discovered. pic.twitter.com/4Pm6xCM4Tf
— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) April 6, 2020