Update: August 21, 2020 (7:30 a.m. ET): According to reports, Samsung is now rolling out the One UI 2.5 update for the Galaxy S20 family. This is the next big software update for the S20 series, and it includes a number of new features that first became available for the Galaxy Note 20 earlier this month.
First discovered by SamMobileThe One UI 2.5 update for the Galaxy S20, S20 Plus and S20 Ultra will be introduced with firmware versions G981BXXU4BTH5, G986BXXU4BTH5 and G988BXXU4BTH5, respectively.
The OTAs for all three devices are currently available in markets across Europe, including Germany, Hungary, the Netherlands, Portugal and Italy. The update should hit other markets soon.
A 2.5 user interface extends the Galaxy S20 series with a number of new functions, such as: B. Wireless DeX, an improved pro video mode, the ability to change the duration of the single take camera mode and much more. It also enables the use of Android 10’s navigation gestures in third-party launcher programs.
Original article: Welcome to the Samsung Galaxy S20 Update Hub! Find the latest information on software updates for the Samsung Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20 Plus, and Galaxy S20 Ultra. We will let you know the latest software versions for each device and let you know that new updates are being introduced.
Note that the Samsung Galaxy S20 updates are usually available on all three devices at the same time. With different device variants, e.g. For example, carrier-branded versions and unlocked versions, updates are usually updated at different times.
Haven’t you bought a Galaxy S20 phone yet? Check out the offers below. Further down the page you will find historical information on each Galaxy S20 update.
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Samsung Galaxy S20, S20 Plus and S20 Ultra updates
- Current stable version: Android 10
- When will the Galaxy S20, S20 Plus and S20 Ultra get Android 11 ?: December 2020 (estimated)
Samsung launched the Galaxy S20 family of phones on February 11, 2020. Pre-orders for the devices began on February 21st and the devices will hit stores on March 6th. Every device in the family comes with Android 10 (revised with Samsung’s One UI 2.0, of course).
Samsung has gotten much faster and more regular with software updates lately. We saw the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy Note 10 families get Android 10 for the OEM in record time. Therefore, it can be assumed that the launch of Android 11 will be even faster this year. While we can’t make any promises, it is likely that the Samsung Galaxy S20 update to the latest version of Android will land before the end of 2020.
Read: Where and when can you buy the Galaxy S20 phones?
Before the Galaxy S20 family of phones even hit stores, Samsung released its first update. According to Tizen helpThe update will be rolled out on South Korean S20 Ultra devices. It fixes some camera issues while also delivering the Android security patch for March. When you take your Galaxy S20 Ultra out of the box on March 6th, an update will likely be waiting for you.
Verizon also began rolling out a pre-release update for its Galaxy S20 Plus and Galaxy S20 Ultra variants on March 2nd. The update is supposed to bring performance improvements to both devices and contains the security patch for March.
Shortly afterwards, the entire T-Mobile Galaxy S20 series also received the security patch for March. The update was rolled out while some lucky customers received their devices a few days before the official launch date on March 6th.
A second pre-release update has also been introduced for the Galaxy S20 phone. It brought further improvements to camera performance and the overall user experience, including improved touch gestures.
Following the release of the S20 series, Samsung released a firmware update for the Exynos variants of the phones. The update brought a new version of the camera app (10.0.01.98) to all three Galaxy S20 phones. It also fixed the slow autofocus issue that some users were facing with the new flagships. The Snapdragon models received this update a few weeks later, improving the camera experience as well.
In early April, Samsung began rolling out another software update for the Galaxy S20 family. Users were staring at getting a 435MB update (Build number: G98x0ZHU1ATCT) on their S20 phones. According to SamMobileAn improved camera experience and the security patch from April 2020 were listed in the changelog.
This April update caused a number of issues on the S20 phones, particularly the S20 Ultra, which displayed an unusual green screen tone. Users also reported problems with autofocus and charging. Samsung revoked the update on April 20th to fix the issues and released a new update a few days later.
Samsung also released the G98xxXXS2ATD5 update at the end of April, which brings the security patch for May 2020 and not much more. The June patch for the activated models followed shortly afterwards. A week later, US carrier branded models landed.
At the end of June, Samsung released another update for the Galaxy S20 series with the security patches for July. Along with the patch, there were a few new features, such as the ability to use a Bluetooth microphone when using a voice recording app. The update also permanently removed the MirrorLink function on the phones. With this function, users could mirror the display of their smartphone to the head unit of their car.
On August 3rd, Samsung began rolling out monthly security patches for the Galaxy S20, S20 Plus and S20 Ultra in some countries. According to SamMobileThe update was originally introduced for Galaxy S20 models with Exynos drives in a number of European countries. It should later have hit the Snapdragon models as well. If you haven’t received it yet, you may have to wait a little longer.
In addition to the security patches from August, the update for the Galaxy S20 series also brought some stability and performance improvements.
Here are the current stable versions of each device in the Galaxy S20 family.
|Samsung Galaxy S20, S20 Plus and S20 Ultra||Android 10||Android 11|
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