The Samsung Galaxy S20 and Galaxy S20+ Plus have a new camera. These new cameras have a revolutionary technology that allows for extremely fast auto-focus, shutter, better low light photography, and an exceptional overall camera experience. However, some users report that the Galaxy S20 camera can be slow and frustrating.
Some people see the Galaxy S20 message that says “Hold the device stable until it finishes taking a picture”, which is accompanied by a circle that takes forever. This guide will help you fix the problem of the “hold device steadily” message that can lead to fuzzy photos on Galaxy S20 or Galaxy S20+ Plus.
How To Fix Slow Galaxy S20 Camera Performance
Picture stabilization is a feature of the Galaxy S20 and Galaxy S20+ Plus that is designed for night-time. However, this feature is not enabled by default and causes slow camera performance on Galaxy S20. Here are the instructions to fix the slow camera problem on the Galaxy S20 or Galaxy S20+ Plus.
- Turn on the Galaxy S20, or Galaxy S20+.
- Open the Camera app.
- Navigate to Settings. It is located in the lower right corner of the screen.
- Find the “Picture Stabilization” option and disable it.
Following the above instructions will result in a faster Galaxy S20’s camera, and better pictures that are not blurry. Picture stabilization on the Galaxy S20 lets users take clearer, brighter photos in low-light situations. Users can keep the shutter open longer to capture more details and light. To be able to wait, you must be very steady. Your hand movements or those of the subject can cause blurred lines in your photo.