Samsung is seeding a new firmware update for the Galaxy Z Fold3 and Z Flip3 in South Korea and it's probably safe to assume that it will hit the global units pretty soon. The update brings the usual fixes and patches but also a few new cool camera features.
The changelog mentions improved overall camera quality without going into specifics and the patch also adds scene recognition for pets in Portrait mode. This means that the software will be able to better apply the faux bokeh effect when shooting your cat or dog using the Portrait mode.
Moreover, Samsung has added the ability to adjust the cover screen's brightness of the Z Flip3, which wasn't possible before. Some software bugs have been fixed and the overall experience when using screen gestures, capture and the multi-window feature has been improved.
Looking at how Samsung is cancelling other major phone launches just to keep up with the orders on the Flip3, I am 100% sure that most people care more about a good designed phone than microscope reviews of photos on a gadget site. One you enjoy in r...
Maybe you care about that, for me the price and capabilities matters more. btw looks ok to me.