Some countries had the early displeasure of receiving the latest update of the Galaxy S20 Ultra, which in addition to causing camera problems and fast charging, simply “tinted” some screens with uncomfortable green tones.
It did not take long for the South Korean to promise an update to correct these flaws, however, she did not stop distributing the new firmware around the world. As it was only a portion of affected devices, it seemed to pay to continue distributing the update.
That has changed in the past few days, with the manufacturer having suspended the problematic update. It is not known, however, if the idea was simply to save more users from being affected by this problem, or if the decision has to do with the effort to work on correcting these flaws for a faster release of the solution.
Anyway, Samsung is in a tight skirt with its biggest launch of the year, which is also a very expensive product: US $ 1,400 in the international market. Certainly, those who pay for such a premium product do not want to go through this type of situation.
The problem that the brand got into is included in the ranking of the most problematic recent updates in the Android device market, alongside Xiaomi and its quest to update the Mi A3 to Android 10. But don’t think that iOS doesn’t have its problems: last year, for example, a major Facetime flaw exposed users via iPhone microphones and cameras.
Remember, until May it is possible to buy a device from the S20 line in Brazil and bring a Galaxy Watch Active 2 as a free gift.
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And you, what did you think of all the problems that Samsung stuck the S20 Ultra in this last update? Tell us in the comments!