Problems surfaced before Samsung's most expensive phones became available

Problems surfaced before Samsung's most expensive phones became available

The Galaxy S20 Ultra is Samsung's most expensive phone with the option of 108 megapixel camera and 16 GB RAM for the first time.

The phone was introduced during an event on February 11 and will be available to consumers in different countries in March.

But it seems that the phone is causing problems even before the phone is offered for sale, and for this reason the company has started work on fixing them.

In some reviews of this phone, it was reported that the S20 Ultra camera has difficulty focusing which results in blurring of the image several times while the camera does not lock the subject several times.

Now Samsung has released a statement on the issue, announcing immediate software updates.

The statement said, "The Galaxy S20 has been given the most up-to-date and sophisticated camera system, we are constantly working to improve the performance to provide the best experience to the users, for the same effort as the camera system. An update is being worked on. '

The company, however, declined to say when the update would be released.

The Galaxy S20 Ultra starts at $ 1400 (over Rs 216,000 Pakistani rupees) with setup of 4 cameras on the back, including 108 megapixels, 48 megapixels, 12 megapixels ultra-wide and Includes a 0.3-megapixel TOF 3D camera.

The front of the phone has a 40-megapixel camera and is the first phone in the world to have a 40-megapixel selfie camera.

This phone is available in pre-order in Pakistan with 12 GB RAM and 128 GB storage model priced at Rs.219,999



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