Samsung Galaxy M20 starts bagging first incremental update over One UI 2.0 (Android 10)
Samsung does not want to leave any stones unturned as they have had quite a great year. To recall, the Korean OEM began the year with Galaxy S10 series, then came up with a foldable Galaxy device, i.e. Galaxy Fold.
In the middle of the year, it also launched quite a few mid-ranger under the Galaxy M series. During the second half of the year came the Galaxy Note 10 lineup.
Amidst all of this, Samsung was also quite busy with the rollout of security updates along with the One UI 2.0 (Android 10) updates for its compatible devices.
Continuing the trend, Samsung has pushed in the first incremental update for the Galaxy M20 on top of the Android 10-based One UI 2.0 firmware. PiunikaWeb reader should recall that the phone grabbed the One UI 2.0 update some days back in India.
Notably, the update tags along bug fixes, performance improvements, and improved stability. This new maintenance update is based on Android 10 and has the security patch level still in December 2019.
For specs buff, Galaxy M20 packs in features like Exynos 7904 SoC, 3/4 GB of RAM, a massive 5,000 mAh battery, a 6.3-inch display, dual camera setup with a 13 MP primary lens, and offers up to 64 GB of inbuilt storage.
Talking about this new update, it bumps the version number from CSL4 to CSL5 and weighs in around 127.21 MB in size. Below is the official changelog along with the screenshot of the update tracker:
· Device stability improvements, bug fixes.
· New and / or enhanced features.
· Further improvements to performance.
Note that the update is being pushed via OTA and will take some time to hit on your device. However, users can manually check for the update notification by heading to System>>Software Updates>>Download updates manually.
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