Samsung Galaxy S23 Get HDR Fix Through Software Update

Berikut Samsung Galaxy S23 Get HDR Fix Through Software Update
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As is known, the Galaxy S23 series is a flagship HP series that offers a variety of high-end specifications in various sectors with versatile camera settings.

The camera hardware is excellent, however there are certain glitches in the camera system and Samsung is working to improve the camera experience.


Some users have reported problems related to the HDR feature on this latest Samsung cellphone. The smartphone fails to adjust colors properly in some lighting conditions.

The good news is that the South Korean tech giant has officially acknowledged the issue and has confirmed that an upcoming software update fixes the HDR issue on the Galaxy S23 lineup, according to Gizmochina.

Based on a report by SamMobile, the well-known leaker Ice Universe claims that he has received confirmation from the Samsung support team that a fix is ​​in progress and will be included in the next update.

However, the company did not mention which specific update would fix the issue, but there are strong rumors that an upcoming security patch will solve this issue.

The same previously claimed in mid-April that a May update patch would fix the issue, but the issue is still not fixed. Thankfully, this problem doesn’t occur very often and it doesn’t happen to all users.


The HDR (High Dynamic Range) feature is made to capture more detail in bright or dark areas of a scene, but some Galaxy S23 users have reported a halo effect around objects in low light conditions or indoors.

This issue occurs because of a negative input frame combination from value exposuree (EV) which contains the same contour pattern and application local tone mapping after HDR output, which exacerbates the problem. [FY/HBS]