Earlier this year, users of the Samsung Galaxy S23 and S23 Plus had a bad rap over the camera in March. Because, blurriness or blur was visible in the pictures taken with the 50MP camera. The issue isn’t fully resolved yet, but Samsung has acknowledged the issue and promised to fix it with a software update. But it is affecting Galaxy S23 and S23 Plus users in Europe.
- Samsung has finally acknowledged a camera blur issue that has been affecting Galaxy S23 and S23 Plus users.
- This issue was first reported in March when users started noticing a permanent blur in photos.
- Samsung has promised a software update with a fix, and some workarounds too for the time being
Samsung Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23 Plus camera blur issue
Users of the Galaxy S23 and S23 Plus have complained of a permanent smudge that appears on photos or documents, like a banana or ring shape. The blurring issue with the 50MP primary camera on the Galaxy S23 and S23 Plus. This blur is not the kind of blur usually seen in close-up shots, where there is a slight blurring of the background.
Several months after filing the issue report, Samsung has responded to the issue and promised a software update to fix the problem. Samsung has given information about this in the company’s Polish community post.
For the time being there are also some workaround tips, saying that you have to shoot from a distance, if your subject is 30cm away. Another option is to take the photo as a project, not as a prop or a slant, as this can further increase the blur account. If you have Galaxy S23 or S23 Plus and you are actually facing this problem, you can follow above tips or wait for the information in advance which date is not yet revealed by Samsung Is.