Earlier this year, Samsung, the world’s largest smartphone maker, unveiled the flagships of the Galaxy S21 series. It’s no secret that this line consists of three models – the Galaxy S21, Galaxy S21 Plus and Galaxy S21 Ultra. And although these are high-end products, the manufacturer has not escaped trouble this year either.
A few months after its release, consumer complaints about the Galaxy S21 series camera cameras appeared online. And while a few user complaints may turn out to be a coincidence, that all changed a few months ago, when complaints about stuck camera applications began to spread en masse in cyberspace, and the manufacturer itself soon responded.
Samsung has indicated that it is aware of the issues and will receive updates in the near future. An update that is available for Galaxy S21 series products is reported to address a memory issue when using portrait mode or zoom. In addition, the manufacturer has announced several other improvements that will reach the flagships introduced this year.
Samsung is reported to have improved the camera’s performance, optimizing the portrait mode engine. The Samsung Galaxy S21 series phones will also be complemented by a new feature that will allow you to recognize QR codes from photos in the gallery. Video chat effects have also been improved, but more details will be provided later.
Some Samsung flagship owners have also complained about the hot phone casing, but it is likely that this update will resolve this issue. And do we have people among our readers who use Galaxy S21 series phones? Have you encountered these problems? Share your experience in the comments.