Following the official announcement, Samsung has now started rolling out the first major update for the Galaxy S24 series. As previously predicted, the new update will help fix camera and screen-related issues on the Korean company's latest flagship models.

Galaxy S24 February 2024 Update Officially Released to Users in South Korea

According to sources from @tarunvats33, Samsung has now begun rolling out the first important update to Galaxy S24, Galaxy S24+, and Galaxy S24 Ultra users in Korea. It is codenamed S92xNKSU1AXB5, and comes with the February 2024 security patch. The update weighs 554.10MB, which fixes 72 security vulnerabilities on the previous software version.

The most prominent point is that Samsung has added a "Vividness" slider, allowing users to customize the saturation of the screen according to their own preferences. The update also brings camera improvements such as the ability to shoot in low light, as well as improved photo quality at different zoom levels.

Although the update is currently only available in Korea, it will soon be released in more countries in the next few days. Galaxy S24 series users can check by accessing Settings > Software Update > Download and Install. SamCafe will update detailed information about the new improvements of this update in the following article.