Samsung Galaxy S23 camera crashes after using 30x zoom

Samsung Galaxy S23

The president of the Samsung community acknowledged today that the Galaxy S23 which runs the OneUI 5.1 OS has a flaw. This flaw causes the camera app to crash after using the 30x zoom.  Samsung’s software division has confirmed that the asynchronous action points that occur when switching cameras quickly are the cause of this issue. At the moment, the company is already working on an internal fix. In fact, there are reports that the fix is in testing presently. From all indications, this update will be available for users in April.

Samsung Galaxy S23 camera

Samsung officially declined to say which patch caused the camera crash fault. However, it did affirm that the bug would be fixed in the upcoming month’s update.

Samsung says it will fully fix the Exynos modem bug next month

A few days ago, 18 flaws in Samsung modems were recently found. The new flaws were spotted by the Google Project Zero security team. At the moment, Samsung claims that it has a patch for 5 of the 6 flaws in the patch. The company also reveals that for the sixth flaw, it will release a fix in April. This could be the same flaw that affects the Galaxy S23 camera zoom.

Samsung Galaxy S23 camera

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Samsung community manager had the following to say (rough translation):

Hello everyone, we sympathize with users’ concerns about vulnerabilities. Samsung takes user safety very seriously. Of the six vulnerabilities currently confirmed to affect Galaxy devices, five have been fixed in the March patch and one will be fixed in the April patch. As always, we want users to update their devices to ensure the highest level of protection.

Samsung Exynos 5300 modem released

According to SAMMOBILE, Samsung today unveiled the Exynos 5300. This is the first model of a new gen. of Exynos modems that is likely to be used in Google’s Pixel 8 series. According to the report Samsung uses its 4nm tech for this chip, which is more energy-efficient than its previous generation. This modem has pretty low latency and supports FR1, FR2, and EN-DC tech. It can also deliver peak download and upload speeds of up to 10 Gbps and 3.87 Gbps, respectively.

Exynos 5300

Exynos 5300 also supports 5G networks below 60Hz and millimeter waves in SA and NSA modes. The Exynos 5300 can connect to mobile phone chipsets through PCIe and supports peak download and upload speeds of up to 3Gbps and 422Mbps, respectively, in LTE mode. Samsung does not specify whether the dual card, or dual standby function is supported by this modem.

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