The Koreans are aware of the problems with the camera on their flagships and are already looking for solutions to improve the user experience.
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The presentation of the Galaxy S24, Galaxy S24+, and Galaxy S24 Ultra has been a milestone for the Korean company, who have taken the lead, with Google’s permission, in the integration of AI in mobile devices.
In fact, that’s the big news, because the hardware innovations, although they exist, are more discreet. Thus, the camera, for example, is one of the elements that has changed the least at the hardware level and should benefit the most from the integration of AI in the mobile.
The Galaxy camera has always known how to evolve over time, reaching its maturity several months after the launch of the respective Galaxy S model.
However, there’s something that’s not quite going smoothly. In recent days, several users have complained on different forums about problems with the camera on their Galaxy S24. The complaint is about excessive noise, bands in the sky in low light, slight overexposure in daytime photography, and a low dynamic range under certain conditions, as well as problems capturing details in certain textures.
However, all of this has a solution and is relatively simple. A moderator from the company with the three stars made it clear on the official forum that they are working on fixing the errors and that the solution could come in the form of a software update that would solve all the problems we mentioned earlier.
This is not the first time Samsung has used a software update to improve its camera. In fact, it’s a common process, not only for Koreans. As the new operating system settles in conjunction with the new hardware, it can be enhanced, and therefore, get more out of it.
The question remains whether the update will come in a specific package to improve the camera, or perhaps we’ll have to wait for a somewhat larger update, like One UI 6.1, which in any case isn’t far from being released either.
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