A new update has just started rolling out to the Samsung Galaxy S20, in south Korea. The update will come by July-1-security-patch from Google, this is kind of a surprise, given the fact that Samsung is usually one of the worst when it comes to obtaining the updates that have been delivered on time.
The update has the version number G988*KSU1ATFD, and it weighs more than the 381MB. It brings out a new update for the camera, and the change log lists updated picture of the quality of the digitally zoomed images, as well as improved video stabilization. The voice recording app, it is now possible to record audio from a Bluetooth-enabled device’s microphone.
These over-the-AIR, Samsung, is the cessation of official support for Android in-Car alternative, called MirrorLink. Users will be able to continue to use the MirrorLink as it once was, but it will no longer be updated. It shouldn’t be too long before other markets will start receiving the same update as well.