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Samsung Galaxy S23 and S23+ Face Camera Issues: Blurry Banana Spots in Images

Samsung Galaxy S23 and S23+ Face Camera Issues: Blurry Banana Spots in Images

The recently launched Samsung Galaxy S23 series has been facing some issues, particularly with its camera lens. Several users have reported problems with the camera optics, where certain parts of images taken get blurred in a banana-like shape, also referred to as “blurry bananas”.

While such issues should not be present in any smartphone, it is especially concerning for a flagship device that costs around Rs 80,000.Android Police reported that many Samsung Galaxy S23 and Samsung Galaxy S23+ users expressed their disappointment over the camera lens issue. This problem has been faced by Galaxy S series users in the past, where the edges of images taken would get out of focus, primarily on images of text.

However, this time the issue is different, and “images will consistently show some spots or even entire radial regions to be out of focus or blurry. A number of users have resorted to calling these regions ‘blurry bananas’ for their shape”, as per Android Police.While the affected devices were mainly manufactured in Vietnam, some devices made in India have also exhibited similar issues.

Some users speculate that it could be a hardware issue, but a software issue cannot be entirely ruled out. Samsung has not yet addressed the issue officially, but Samsung tipster Ice Universe tweeted that the Samsung Galaxy S23 series might receive a “big update” by the end of March, which will involve camera optimization. It is worth noting that the highest-spec model in the lineup, the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra, does not seem to be affected by the spot-blurring issue.

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