- Samsung is working on a camera fix for the S23 and S23+
- It is known on the Internet as “banana blur”
If you own one of the Galaxy S23 or Galaxy S23+ phones (the Ultra version is not affected by this peculiarity), you may have encountered a problem known on the Internet as “banana blur”. This is a bug that causes strange distortion of photos.
For the first time, users began to complain about it approximately two months ago, and although Samsung has already commented on the error (it is said to be a bug, not a feature), it has now turned around and begins to solve the problem. This was confirmed by one of the administrators of the Polish official forum: “While testing the camera on the Galaxy S23 and S23+, we found that the area around the subject appears slightly blurry when taking close-up photos. This is due to the camera’s wide-angle aperture, which is designed for better low-light performance. In some cases, selective focus can cause the background to be blurred.”
It’s unclear at this point when Samsung will release an update that will address this issue, but it shouldn’t be too long. Until advises that you photograph objects from a distance of at least 30 centimeters, or hold the phone in a vertical position.
Have you experienced this effect on Galaxy S23 phones?
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