Lol... Clearly reading and comprehension aren't your areas of strength. Not your fault, I'm sure you've tried your best. Maybe you want to take another stab? https://forum.xda-developers.com/t/camera-performance.4227097/page-63You're one to talk....mister complainer I sent my phone back cause everyone says it's so bad. Oh wait now everyone says it's good lemme buy it again.
I never really understood zoom in phone cameras. Sure OEMs use them as a marketing tool but it should be limited to only that...there can't be any beneficial real life application of this since phone cameras are notoriously unreliable when it comes to zoom no matter the brand and the level of stabilization applied. Yes, for point and shoot, these cameras have come a long way almost to the point of giving a DSLRs a run for their money. The phenomenal leap in image quality of phone cameras is one of the reasons why point and shoot digital cameras are nearly dead...but when it comes to zoom, our phone cameras have still miles to go...just my 2 cents...
My battery life from today. Done a bit of gaming so don't know if this is normal battery but standby was bad. Currently 13% left.
See, posting the original photo is much more useful. We now know that you took the shot at 2x zoom, which is digital zoom. You then zoomed in further to take a screenshot. So of course it doesn't look good. If zooming in that much was your goal, a 3x shot would have likely looked better. Maybe Samsung will be able to improve their multi-lens fusion so intermediate zoom levels can yield better results. But the point remains that little can be learned by posting a screenshot zoomed in at an unknown level, of a photo that was already zoomed to an unknown level.Because I've zoomed in to the photo to show the issue ? here's the original photo