Samsung recently launched the Galaxy S23 series, which consists of three devices: Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23 Plus, and Galaxy S23 Ultra. These smartphones are equipped with the latest hardware and one of the best camera systems on Android devices.
Since its launch in February 2023, Samsung has introduced several updates to the Galaxy S23 series, most recently his April update improving the autofocus algorithm. Currently, Galaxy S23 users can take portrait photos of him 1x and his 3x with a telephoto lens, but there is no option to take pictures with a 2x zoom. 1x or 3x is fine, but he doesn’t zoom out or zoom in too much, so many people prefer 2x zoom for portrait photography. However, according to a recent report from Android Police, the company plans to deliver a much-requested feature in its May update. Apart from the above additions, the new update also fixes the HDR vignetting issue that appears when taking photos in low light.
The Galaxy S23 series will add the ability to take double portrait shots later this month, so we’ll have to wait a few more days for this feature to arrive on the device.
Last month, many Galaxy S23 owners reported that their device’s camera images were blurry or appear blurry, with some seeing ring-shaped blurry areas that indicate the problem is with the camera lens itself. There was also
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