Yesterday, Samsung launched a plethora of flagship products at its much-awaited Galaxy Unpacked 2020. The key offering of the conference was the reveal of the Galaxy Note 20 series. The lineup consists of two devices namely Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra. Well, it’s not even been 24 hours since the launch and the lineup has already received its first software update. It is worth noting that the devices are yet to go on sale. As of now, the chaebol has opened up the pre-booking in several markets.
Galaxy Note 20 series receives the first software update!
The first-ever update of the Note 20 lineup weighs just around 500MB. The changelog doesn’t really mention much about the update expect the April 2020 Android Security Patch. We’re expecting the new update to bring some performance improvements and bug fixes as well even though the changelog doesn’t mention anything like it.
It might even have some small features that were supposed to come with the device initially. The chaebol something like this with its Galaxy Z Flip foldable device. The smartphone was supposed to come with a Single Take camera feature but the brand might have forgotten to bundle it out of the box. To fix this, Samsung instantly rolled out a new update so that consumers can enjoy the feature once they start to receive the devices.
With that said, the early adopters of the smartphone will receive the update once the phone gets activated and all ready to use. As mentioned earlier, the Galaxy Note 20 lineup is currently at the pre-booking registration stage. It’s still weeks away from hitting the shelves. There is a pretty solid chance that we might see some more updates before then. If that happens, we will make sure to keep our readers updated.
Samsung promised to deliver three major software updates!
Since we’re at the discussion of software updates, it is worth noting that Samsung has promised to deliver three generations’ worth of updates to its new Note 20 lineup. In fact, every flagship Galaxy device starting from S10 will be a part of this new commitment. This new change in the software rollout was much-needed considering how other premium devices are on top of their software game. This new commitment will give the potential buyers peace of mind that their devices are good for at least 3 years in terms of software.