Back in February, Samsung took the wraps off three new flagships in the form of Galaxy S20, S20+ and Galaxy S20 Ultra. The smartphone came alongside with the company’s second foldable phone, the Galaxy Z Flip. These devices are now on Samsung’s top priority when it comes to ensuring a smooth software experience to its users. Today, the company is rolling out a new firmware update for the Exynos 990-powered variants of the three S20 flagships.
The new firmware boasts G98xFXXU1ATC1 version number and weighs around 150MB in size. That’s a pretty small update if we consider with 1GB sized ones that are coming with Android 10 for other Galaxy phones. Unfortunately, there’s no changelog specifying what exactly is coming with this update. However, we know that it includes March 2020 Android security patch. Thus making the update a worthy one, after all, the device will be running the latest patches provided by Google.
According to the update note, there’s a couple of stability enhancements and bugfixes present in this update. Moreover, the update will improve the performance of these high-end beasts. The company is currently rolling out this update in India, but we’re expecting a broader rollout to start soon.
If you own the global version of the S20, S20+ or S20 Ultra, you can check if this update is available for you by heading over to your device’s Settings > Software update menu.