Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra is already available. April 16 was the best time to test this model’s camera phone as it was the rise of the pink moon [2022]† Taking pictures of the moon is really challenging because you have to zoom. You know what happens if you zoom too much when using a smartphone, right?

Is it worth buying this Samsung smartphone? – “Yes or no?” This is what people are saying on Twitterverse.

Zoom function of Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra a downgrade compared to S21 Ultra?  Here are the image output

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NEW YORK, NEW YORK – JANUARY 11: The Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra is on display at Samsung 837 on January 11, 2021 in New York City.

The giant Apple competitor, hailing from South Korea, launched this “advanced device” on February 25. A day later, Samsung started shipping its new Galaxy models.

But it seems that Galaxy S22 Ultra owners are not happy with any of the features offered by the successor to the S21. This is because the pictures taken by the zoom camera function are quite blurry.

The question here is, has the S22’s zoom feature been downgraded by Samsung?

The zoom function of the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra actually a downgrade?

Samsung has not confirmed whether it has downgraded the zoom function of its new Galaxy S22 Ultra. Twitter leaker Alvin (@sondesix) claimed that the feature is less efficient compared to the version offered by S21 Ultra.

Zoom function of Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra a downgrade compared to S21 Ultra?  Here are the image output

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A visitor holds a Samsung Galaxy S22 smartphone on the opening day of the MWC (Mobile World Congress) in Barcelona on February 28, 2022. – The largest mobile trade show in the world will be held from February 28 to March 3, 2022. (Photo by Pau BARRENA / AFP)

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“The Galaxy S22 Ultra’s stabilization when capturing moon images and other objects at 20x or more speeds is incredible! On closer objects,” the computer engineer said sarcastically.

Other consumers who already have the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra also shared their negative experiences. One of them said he tried to capture the moon, but the final photo output is very spotty.

@sondesix even released some video clips to show the actual performance of the new S22 Ultra model when the 20x zoom camera function is activated.

Based on the images, the successor to the S21 Ultra can efficiently capture close objects.

But when focusing on a subject that is very far away, such as the moon, the image becomes quite blurry. You can view the video clips by clicking on the Twitter threat below.

S22 Ultra vs. S21 Ultra Camera Specs

The problem with the zoom function of the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra could be a bug. But if you’re one of the concerned consumers, it’s best to wait for the tech company’s official announcements.

When it comes to comparing camera specs, there is no difference at all. XDA developers provided exact camera lens features of both the S21 Ultra and S22 Ultra:

Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra

Rear view camera lenses

  • Primary: 108 MP wide, f/1.8, 1/1.33″, OIS, Laser AF
  • Secondary: 12 MP ultra-wide angle, f/2.2
  • Tertiary: 10 MP telephoto, 3x optical zoom, f/2.4
  • Quarter: 10 MP, periscope, 10x optical zoom, f/4.9

Front camera lens (40MP)

Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra

Rear view camera lenses

  • Primary: 108 MP wide, f/1.8, 1/1.33″, OIS, Laser AF
  • Secondary: 12 MP ultra-wide angle, f/2.2
  • Tertiary: 10 MP telephoto, 3x optical zoom, f/2.4
  • Quarter: 10 MP, periscope, 10x optical zoom, f/4.9

Front camera lens (40MP)

Meanwhile, some rumors are claiming that the new Samsung Galaxy Watch 5 Series may have a third “Pro” version.

On the other hand, Samsung Galaxy S9 models no longer support Android updates.

For more news updates on the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra and other camera smartphones, always keep your tabs open here at TechTimes.

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