Samsung released a major camera-improving update for the Galaxy S23 series in South Korea last month, which was later rolled out in Europe and India. Now the update is seeding in the US for carrier-locked and unlocked models of the Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23+, and Galaxy S23 Ultra.Galaxy S23 (left), Galaxy S23+ (center), and Galaxy S23 Ultra (right)
The update comes with firmware version S91xUSQU1AWC8 for the carrier-locked units and S91xU1UEU1AWC8 for the unlocked models. It brings the April 2023 Android security patch to the Galaxy S23 trio along with all the camera improvements and fixes Samsung previously detailed. You can check the image below to know more about the update.
If you live in the US and are yet to receive the update on your Galaxy S23/S23+/S23 Ultra, you can check for it manually by navigating to its Settings > Software update menu.
The same issue, when the light is perfect, then everything is ok, but when it is just a bit darker, then ExpertRAW (both JPGs and DNGs) produces in some places blurred areas. IDK if that is a problem with too extensive noise reduction or a problem wi...
The blurry images I get with Expert Raw with my S23U is still present... The issues shooting in low light are still present, the camera need more work.
Sounds like either a hardware issue or an issue with your router. I had similar issues before, a router reset fixed it, something was causing issues