SamMobile reports that shortly after the August 5 Unpacked 2020 launch, Samsung has prepared its first software update for the Galaxy Note 20 Series smart smarter. Interestingly, although the OTA update package is nearly 500MB in size, we can’t learn more details by updating the log. Media speculated that the update mainly included some bug fixes and performance improvements, as well as features not introduced in the initial software release.
For example, the Galaxy Z Flip folding screen tracker does not include the Single Take camera features provided by One UI 2.1. But Samsung quickly patched up the feature with an update before it went on sale.
With a few weeks to go before the Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra go on the shelves, Samsung still has plenty of time to improve features and fix bugs, as is regularly updated with the Galaxy S20 series.
Earlier, Samsung also promised to offer three generations of Android OS updates for some models, with flagship devices including the Galaxy S10 listed.
As for the company’s mid- to low-end phone/tablet products, such as the Galaxy A Series, which are price-performance, there may still be only two years of software maintenance commitments.