Galaxy S23’s major camera update rolling out in US

In the United States, Samsung is beginning to distribute a significant upgrade that improves the camera quality of the Galaxy S23 series. The update, which had previously been made available in South Korea, Europe, and India, is now accessible for both carrier-locked and unlocked variants of the Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23+, and Galaxy S23 Ultra. It was initially published in South Korea.

In addition to all of the camera upgrades and fixes that Samsung previously mentioned, the update, which comes with the firmware version S91xUSQU1AWC8 for carrier-locked handsets and S91xU1UEU1AWC8 for unlocked models, includes the security patch for April 2023.

The update includes some significant enhancements, one of the most notable of which is the inclusion of a function in the gallery that allows users to remove photographs being processed immediately after being taken with the camera. Read Also – Samsung Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra RAM and storage options leak before launch

Another enhancement is modifying the AF idea, which enables quicker photo capture by allowing the users to shoot a photo even if the focus has not been wholly accomplished yet. This is an additional improvement.

When shooting with an ultrawide lens in indoor low-light circumstances after enabling Super Steady on the camera’s video mode, the update also improves the clarity and flicker of the images captured by the camera. Read Also – Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra receive April 2023 security update in US

Additionally, it resolves issues such as the intermittent inability to recognize the user’s face after the conclusion of a video conference with a third party and the sporadic appearance of a green line on the left side of the frame when snapping images using the rear camera mode.

The update also enhances the stabilisation of shaky footage while it is being recorded in FHD60 with auto-FPS turned off in the rear video mode. This is the case when the update was released.

It also solves the occasional blurring caused by optical image stabilization (OIS), improves the overall sharpness, and reduces the linear banding noise in low light while capturing high-resolution photos.

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