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Samsung to fix HDR bug on Galaxy S23 soon

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Insiders had revealed that the Samsung Galaxy S23 series occasionally experienced issues with the HDR feature, causing headaches for some users. To address this problem, the company planned to release a downtime update soon, and now they have confirmed that they are indeed working on a solution.

The problematic HDR feature can create peculiar shadows around subjects captured by the Samsung Galaxy S23’s camera. As a result, the HDR processing may fail, resulting in highly noticeable visual distortions. Here is an example of how this issue manifests itself.

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In a forum, Samsung support has now stated that the problem has been identified and that it will be fixed very soon with the next update. Previously insiders had revealed that Samsung was likely planning to release a second update for the Galaxy S23 series in May.

Samsung, the South Korean tech giant, has made megapixels a primary focus with the release of the Galaxy S23 Ultra. They have incorporated a cutting-edge 200 MP HP2 ISOCELL sensor as the main camera, in contrast to other brands that have chosen to pursue alternative approaches.


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Samsung Prioritizes AI in 2024 Smartphone Lineup

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Samsung is dedicated to focusing on artificial intelligence (AI) in the upcoming phones of 2024; the key reason behind this is to lead the AI market. 

Samsung is now looking forward to planning a significant change in strategy, as it is now positioning itself as a pioneer in AI technology and even wants to leave the traditional “smartphone” behind. The Korean giant has already taken legal action to register terms like “AI Smartphone” and “AI Phone” as trademarks, showing that it does not want to leave the traditional designations completely, even if a different posture is publicly held. 

Samsung took an initial crucial step with the recently launched Galaxy S24 series, which brought a wave of AI functions under the title “Galaxy AI.” However, however in some scenarios, they rely on Google’s AI technology, and the Galaxy S24 boasts more AI functionality than Google’s own Pixel smartphones. Samsung executives reflect on its AI push as significant as the debut of the very first iPhone, highlighting their top hopes for the AI technology. A recent report from Korea hints that Samsung is even prioritizing its new AI strategy over the advancement of its camera technology. 

With the world’s highest sales among Android manufacturers, the Korean giant is in a unique position to bring AI tools to a broad user base. The question of whether the term’smartphone’ is still up-to-date is rising under debate. Maybe “AI Phone” will be the new title. However, it will be interesting to see whether the Korean giant can meet the high expectations, especially when Google is presently trying hard for similar challenges.

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Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 6 Live Image Surfaces Online

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For Samsung’s foldable enthusiasts, especially those who are eagerly waiting for the upcoming Galaxy Z Fold 6, here’s a small glimpse for you. 

Leaks and rumors always spoil the surprises regarding upcoming Galaxy devices that Samsung hides for its big events, such as Galaxy Unpacked. The same case has happened for the Galaxy Z Fold 6 unit since rumors unveiled a small glimpse of what looks like a real Galaxy Z Fold 6. A leaked image showcases the actual look of the device. 

However, in the image, only the top of the smartphone is visible, so there’s not enough to guess more here, but something is better than nothing, as this image confirms that the Galaxy Z Fold 6’s design will be flatter and also have sharper edges and corners as compared to the Galaxy Z Fold 5. It seems that the phone has a wider cover screen. That could just be a result of the angle at which the photo was taken, but there have been tons of indicators that Samsung is putting a certain extent of a of a larger cover display on the next Fold, and now the image appears to confirm that.

The Korean giant is also rumored to be working on a Galaxy Z Fold 6 Slim that will have a fair measurement of larger displays on the inside and outside while also having a thinner profile. This variant is expected to arrive by the end of this year. The Galaxy Z Fold 6 and Galaxy Z Flip 6 are on their way to make their debuts at the Galaxy Unpacked Event on July 10. 

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Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 6 to Miss Out on Wi-Fi 7 Compatibility

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Samsung’s sixth-generation foldable phones, the Galaxy Z Fold 6 and Galaxy Z Flip 6, are close to taking the floor at the Galaxy Unpacked event in July. Maybe the Galaxy Z Flip 6 won’t support Wi-Fi 7.

Despite leading the foldable market, Samsung’s Galaxy foldable devices still lack a few features, and it’s the same case with the upcoming Galaxy Z Flip 6. The report says the forthcoming Galaxy Z Flip 6 reveals that the phone will lack support for Wi-Fi 7. The recently launched Galaxy S24 Ultra is the first and only Galaxy smartphone that supports Wi-Fi 7 facilities. 

Since the brand has already introduced Wi-Fi 7 on the existing Galaxy S24 Ultra, it was expected that the upcoming foldable device would also bring the same Wi-Fi support, but unfortunately, that’s not the case anymore. This is being speculated by the FCC certification, which hinted that the Galaxy Z Flip 6 will lack support for Wi-Fi 7. However, the device potentially has Wi-Fi disabled at a firmware or software level, as we have already seen on the Galaxy S24 and Galaxy S24+. 

All Galaxy S24 variants arrived with the essential hardware on the Snapdragon variants, but since the Exynos chip that powers them in most countries tops out at Wi-Fi 6E, Samsung chose to artificially restrict Wi-Fi 7 on all the Galaxy S24 and the Galaxy S24+ units regardless of the chip inside. The Galaxy Z Flip 6 might have lower specs as compared to other Galaxy flagships, whereas the Galaxy Z Fold 6 is expected to support future Wi-Fi 7 for better futureproofing. 

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