Samsung Galaxy Note20 series gets camera improvements with the June 2022 update

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I’m from Romania and the update form June is just 130 mb.

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mdurgeshtela, 16 Jun 2022on 5th June in India

https://twitter.com/mdurgeshtela/status/1533313676949987330?s=19
Can you please help me to update this new version….I don’t know how to do

already got in India

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MMike, 15 Jun 2022Hmmm…
I have an unlocked Note20 Ultra and it says it’s “up to date” with the… more
my phone is unlocked and I just checked and I have it. Updating now.

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blue, 15 Jun 2022Every camera snaps a RAW image, that’s just pure data from the sensor. Even the cheapest … moreAre you REALLY going to pull the semantics argument here? Really? No s**t, of course sensors capture in RAW, it’s a dumb sensor, it just captures light photons and doesn’t know to do anything else. Everything that happens AFTER that is ALWAYS computational photography and has been for ages dating back to dumb phones with cameras. Especially because sensors and lenses are tiny you need to clean things up, at very least perform denoising and sharpening to create visually appealing image for general consumer, everyone prefers smooth images over grainy ones. And after you perform denoising, photos usually feel blurry so they apply sharpening. None of cheap phones offer RAW export and neither do most expensive ones, it’s the last trend of “Pro” devices to give you RAW export that you can actually take and use. But it’s an optional thing hardly anyone uses. For rest it’s always fully automated processing over which you have zero control. So stop trying to sound smart by twisting words and pretending I don’t know anything and you’re some sort of genius.

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SShock, 15 Jun 2022You clearly have no idea how cameras even work. The moment it has to save as JPG or HEIC, it h… moreEvery camera snaps a RAW image, that’s just pure data from the sensor. Even the cheapest camera in the cheapest phone captures raw image data. Only some phones allow you to work with the raw data.

If you don’t know anything about it, why do you still keep being so agressive in the discussions?

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Hmmm…

I have an unlocked Note20 Ultra and it says it’s “up to date” with the last update from May 1. I guess this update is just for locked phones (though I don’t know why).

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AnonF-1006353, 15 Jun 2022You mean auto mode, or the resulting picture it outputs. Far away from ‘photography’… moreYou clearly have no idea how cameras even work. The moment it has to save as JPG or HEIC, it has already done tons of processing just to create the image file. This isn’t DSLR camera that snaps a RAW image…

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  • Anonymous
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Lie..

it didnt improve

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SShock, 14 Jun 2022Most smartphone quality comes from computational processing. Improved processing can deliver b… moreYou mean auto mode, or the resulting picture it outputs. Far away from ‘photography’ where the photographer does all the work!

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blue, 14 Jun 2022Still it’s not camera improvement. Maybe we can call it “image processing” impr… moreAnd what is “camera”? Is it a device to capture photos and/or videos or something else? Google proved many times how computational processing of image does more to quality than just throwing idiotic sensors and fancy branded lenses. So much so that others started copying it and even developing dedicated image processing chips like MariSilicon with Oppos.

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Gushing Edge, 14 Jun 2022I hate this logic, whenever a friend says “If it ain’t broken, don’t fix it&quo… moreI tried all the updates on s22ultra, and bugs and other problems.

Arte spoke off truth, I’m also on the first firmware, with absolutely no problems.

Damn had too root and get backbthe first firmware. Rooting is hard too do.

Whatever you are missing, features can be bought on app store, and it’s much better than garbage trash free they give. Paid version is premium.

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A-R-T-E, 14 Jun 2022I’m still on August firmware, fresh out off box with nothing, no throttling, but heats… moreI hate this logic, whenever a friend says “If it ain’t broken, don’t fix it” it drives ne insane! XD

I love upgrading my stuff (either hardware or software) even if I know it wont always be the latest and greatest!

I think this logic hurts innovation!

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I’m still on August firmware, fresh out off box with nothing, no throttling, but heats up, also battery everything is stellar.

Why update when it ain’t broken

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SShock, 14 Jun 2022Most smartphone quality comes from computational processing. Improved processing can deliver b… moreStill it’s not camera improvement. Maybe we can call it “image processing” improvement, but not camera.

Got that update weeks ago with the security patch of May. Exynos variant. 🤔

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MrDSM, 14 Jun 2022I’ve received the same update on the Galaxy S20 FE 5G.cool story bro

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blue, 14 Jun 2022So it’s not camera improvement, because an update does not change hardware. 😀 Most smartphone quality comes from computational processing. Improved processing can deliver better sharpening, less noise, better auto focusing, better bokeh etc. There is a lot of things that can make photography better via software only.

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So it’s not camera improvement, because an update does not change hardware. 😀

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