- New camera update for Galaxy S23 with improved image and video quality, ultra-low light feature, and image stabilization.
- Currently available only in South Korea. Expected to roll out to other countries in April.
- Improvements: faster autofocus, better sharpness in low light, bug fixes for issues such as green line appearing in photos.
Samsung Galaxy S23 has one of the best cameras in the smartphone world, but there are some minor issues. Samsung just recently introduced a new update to its Samsung Galaxy S23 cameras to fix these issues.
One of Samsung’s executives posted a post on Samsung Community Forum about which camera’s features have been improved.
Galaxy S23’s new camera update is only yet available in South Korea. The new update came with a new firmware version S91xNKSU1AWC8. The file size of this update is 922MB. For other countries, this update would most likely come in April.
Breaking!! South Korea S23 gets firmware updates— Revegnus (@Tech_Reve) March 30, 2023
– Camera Supersteady Features
We've improved image quality and added shooting prompts for the Supersteady feature, which allows you to steadily capture video in dynamic situations like running.@UniverseIce pic.twitter.com/eMy4r0IyS1
New Improvements to the cameras and new features
This update further improved the image and video quality of the S23 cameras. The accuracy, sharpness, and depth of the camera app. Ultra Low Light feature was also enhanced, and The OIS of the camera was further improved, which made the videos look even more smooth and more stable.
Here are some of the improvements listed on the Samsung community forum.
- A function was introduced to the gallery to delete photos immediately after taking the shot.
- The Auto Focus feature was adjusted to take photos even faster without compromising the quality.
- For ultra-low light conditions, the sharpness was improved to adjust the low light.
- Fixed the bug where a green line appeared when taking photos from the main camera on the left side.
- Improved image stabilization when recording in Full HD 60 fps when auto fps is off.
- Improved overall sharpness for high pixel shooting during low or mid-light conditions through OIS.
- Fixed the image quality when Night mode is turned Off.
- The face recognition features not working in third-party apps were fixed.
- Stability was improved when a moving object was in the frame.
To finish up, Samsung released a new update for its Galaxy S23 Cameras. The new update was only released in South Korea. The Update included a lot of improvements to the camera and fixed a lot of bugs.