Galaxy S21 Front Camera Issue Emerges
The all-new Galaxy S21 series by Samsung is a very good high-end flagship smartphone. Which is priced even higher. The trio shares similar processor and RAM, other than that most things are different at least from the hardware perspective. Samsung on its keynote emphasized a lot about its new Exynos 2100 chip and their all-new camera system. Which the company claimed to have improved photography. However, recently, reports started to come that a lot of users are having issues on the front camera of their Galaxy S21 Ultra.
The all-new Galaxy S21 Ultra is having a 40 MP front camera which can shoot 4K 60 FPS video recording. The HDR of the camera is also very good. But few users pointed out that their Galaxy S21 Ultra are showing lines when images are clicked using the front camera. This isn’t only while using the system camera app, instead, people also faced while video calling or using other social media apps as well. This could be a major bug. Last year we saw galaxy S20 Ultra had focussing issues and some green tints on the screen. This year we are seeing issues with the front camera. Below is the tweet through which you can see the issues which the users of Galaxy S21 are facing using the front camera.
S20 Ultra’s issues: green tint and autofocus issues
S21 Ultra’s issue: lines when shooting with its front camera
— Alvin (@sondesix) February 7, 2021
Samsung is yet to address the issue and will try to resolve only after that. On the other side, people have found a temporary fix for the same, which may or may not work with you, but if you own a Galaxy S21 smartphone and is facing something similar, then you must give it a try.
How To Fix Galaxy S21 front Camera issue
- Try turning off 5G.
- try clicking images on aeroplane mode
- restart your Smartphone
- click while turning off the mobile data.
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All of the aforementioned steps are just temporary fix, this could be something due to the 5G antennas or 5G networks. As most of the people who were complaining were having 5G. Also, they said that turning off 5G fixes for a few of them. This could be something serious, but until Samsung addresses, we cannot comment something on this, until then stay tuned we will keep you updated about the same.