Samsung has replied to some issues that early reviewers have discovered with the camera system on the brand new Galaxy S20 Ultra. The company says it’s working on an update to enhance the camera, although it doesn’t acknowledge any specific drawback or confirm when the repairs will be available.
“The Galaxy S20 contains a groundbreaking, advanced camera system,” Samsung mentions in a statement. “We’re constantly working to optimize performance to deliver one of the best experiences for customers. As a part of this effort, we are working on a future software update to enhance the camera experience.”
Evaluations from publications along with PC Mag and Input have highlighted that the autofocus system is unreliable, usually taking a long time to lock onto a subject and failing to take action. The camera exhibits aggressive image processing in certain situations, with a spec to excessively smooth out skin.
The Galaxy S20 Extremely’s camera system is one of its major selling factors, along with a large 108-megapixel sensor and a periscope telephoto lens that Samsung pitches as being usable at as much as 100x zoom.