Samsung has responded towards some issues that founded by analysts with a camera system on the new Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra. The company says it is working on an update to improve the camera, although it does not recognize any particular issue or confirm when the fixes will be available.
An Analyst Dieter Bohn Wrote on Twitter “My review of the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra is going up tomorrow morning, but I will say I’ve seen two issues: 1. focus hunting just as @raywongy and @saschasegan have. 2. I’ve identified some truly weird face smoothing behaviour. Samsung has responded, an update is coming”
“We have observed the issues with both focus hunting and overbearing skin smoothing our review is due to be posted soon.”
“The Galaxy S20 features a groundbreaking, advanced camera system,” Samsung said in a statement. “We are constantly working to optimize performance to deliver the best experience for consumers. As part of this ongoing effort, we are working on a future update to improve the camera experience.”
Reviews by publications such as PC Mag and Input have underlined the unreliability of the autofocus system, which often takes a long time to lock on a subject and sometimes fails to do so. In some situations, the camera also exhibits aggressive image processing, with a tendency to excessively smooth out skin.
One of Galaxy S20 Ultra’s essential selling points is the camera system., along with a huge 108-megapixel sensor and a periscope telephoto lens that Samsung pitches as being usable at up to 100x zoom.