Samsung to Fix Blurring Issues with Galaxy S23, S23+, and S23 Ultra Primary Camera

Samsung is working on a fix for Galaxy S23, S23+, and S23 Ultra primary camera issues. Users have complained of blurring around objects in photos taken with these devices. Mainly close-up images would become blurry as a result.

On the company blog Samsung confirms the existence of the blur around objects when shooting a close-up with the main camera. According to Samsung, the larger aperture helps when taking photos in the dark, but at the same time leads to a selective focus on the background. This can cause images to look a bit blurry in certain areas.

The problem is said to be less common with the Galaxy S23 Ultra, as the camera automatically switches to the wide-angle camera when taking a close-up. A Focus Enhancer is also activated to prevent blur. In high-resolution mode, these features are not enabled, so the background of the close-up may still suffer from the blur.

Samsung promises to fix the issues in a future software update. It is not yet known when the update will appear. Before that, the company recommends moving a little further away from the object when taking a photo. There would also be no or less blur if the user held the device vertically instead of horizontally.

Samsung Galaxy S23. Image: Samsung

2023-06-02 12:20:50
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