See, I'm a low light guy.
Pictures in low light are just amazing.
And I ordered the S21 Ultra before knowing the iPhone Pro Max 12 has a much finer and better looking low-light.
Take a look at this example.
It looks absolutely garbage on the Samsung side.
The hair blends in with the car roof like an old photo from 2008.
Is this something the dev team is working on ?
Also is this only software issue and data management or just poor sensor quality/setup.
Samsung crushes the shadows way too much as I saw on multiple videos. I won't have the two phones myself side by side but after tons of videos analysis I can tell they're all legitimate as they have similar result.
Samsung works better than iPhone in high-light but Samsung just compress the shadows in low-light...
Also I wouldn't call bad quality a preference, bad quality is bad quality lets not look away and pretend.
I just want to know if there's an update coming soon to fix this issue.
Ok noted, yeah I already got the S21 and unless it's really bad I won't return it.
Also doubt to be disappointed by a high end phone.
I'll try checking out for April updates then, hopefully this can be fixed.
Low light photos are the most meaningful.
Maybe it has to do with the nice HDR display of the samsung
What I mean is the reason pictures might seem brighter on the phone might be due to the HDR not because the picture itself it brighter