Samsung updated the Galaxy S23’s software last week and was made available in South Korea. Along with other camera bug fixes and enhancements, it also provided the latest April 2023 security patch. The same upgrade has already begun to be distributed by Samsung in Europe, and it may soon be extended to more nations. Firmware versions S918BXXU1AWC8 / S918BOXM1AWC8 / S918BXXU1AWC8 are now rolling out for the Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23+, and Galaxy S23 Ultra respectively. There have been many improvements made as seen by the download size, which is around 936.02 MB. You may also download the Google Camera v8.7 for Samsung Galaxy S23 Series.
A number of security problems discovered in Samsung’s most recent flagship phones should be fixed by the upgrade, which contains the April 2023 security patch. A green line that appeared in certain photographs due to a glitch is also fixed in this release. The focusing enhancements, quicker Gallery processes when removing recently clicked photographs, and enhanced clarity in films taken with the ultra-wide camera in low light are just a few of the camera enhancements that Samsung added in this update. In low-light situations and at Full HD 60 frames per second, Samsung has also increased video stabilisation.
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The new OTA update also fixes image quality issues when the Night Mode is turned off. By default, the Camera Assistant app is configured as follows: Shooting Speed > High Resolution > Speed Priority. Following the conclusion of a video conference made using a third-party video calling software, some users have experienced difficulties with the camera failing to recognize faces.
By enhancing OIS, Samsung was also able to address sporadic photo blur. The shutter latency problem has supposedly also been resolved by Samsung. In addition to enhancing image sharpness, Samsung stated that they had fixed color banding issues in the 50MP and 200MP settings. On your Galaxy, S23 series handset, go to Settings > Software update and tap on Download and Install to start the new version’s download and installation process.