The Galaxy S23 and S23 Plus bring a number of software-based camera improvements. However, it seems that some owners of these phones are experiencing annoying bugs when using them.
According to PhoneArena, some Galaxy S23 and S23 Plus users on Reddit, Samsung’s EU community, and the Android-Hilfe forum have reported that some areas of captured images are permanently out of focus when taken with the main camera.
This does not appear to be simply a depth-of-field effect, where distant subjects/subjects are blurred. instead, The descriptions show a banana- or ring-shaped blur that pops up when photographing documents and text on the screen, but the problem isn’t limited to document photos and text. It is believed that the problem may be related to the camera lens of the Galaxy S23 and S23 Plus.
It is not uncommon to see blur with some wide-angle and ultra-wide-angle cameras, but this softening is usually limited to the corners of the image as light is effectively bent by the lens at the edges. to capture the entire scene.
Some forum participants said their devices were working fine. This suggests the problem may be limited to certain factories/vendors and not to the software.
Currently, Samsung is still looking into the problem to come up with a remedy.