Samsung has pulled the latest 'ATCT' firmware update for the Galaxy S20 Ultra due to a number of complaints from users after updating their device. The update introduced a green tint on the display when the 120Hz mode was enabled and slowed down the super fast wired charging speeds. For now, Samsung has only pulled the firmware update for the Galaxy S20 Ultra, with the update still being available for the Galaxy S20 and the S20+.
Samsung has rolled out a number of updates for its entire Galaxy S20 series since its launch to fix a number of issues with them. The Galaxy S20 Ultra's 108MP camera setup, in particular, suffers from autofocus issues and Samsung has rolled out multiple updates to help improve things.
At the moment, it is not exactly clear if Samsung pulled the S20 Ultra update down following user complaints or if there are other issues. The update was out for over a week in most parts of the world and the change-log claimed that it brought further improvements to the camera's HDR processing algorithm. Whatever the case might be, this is certainly not the experience that most users were looking forward to after spending $1,400+ on a smartphone.