Hi, If you take pictures of the objects to too close distances that Auto Focus may not be available normally, taken subjects may be blur and unclear. Especially if you don’t keep the proper distances when shooting the photos, videos with high resolution or high zoom ratio, the Auto Focus feature doesn’t work properly and it causes unclear and blur images in the end.
So, it is recommended that you do not position subjects within too close distances from the device to take clear photos and keep the proper distances between device and object. These distances differ by device and camera lens.
And as currently smartphones had being used spherical lenses for device cameras, distortion may differ by lens type and it severely occurs when the angle of view is wider and the distance up to the shooting object is shorter. Additionally, if you cover the device’s camera part with a screen protector, sticker, or a cover, a covered camera will cause pictures of low quality, and the photos you take appear blurry. So please ensure not to use the screen protector which covers the camera part of the screen protector without a specific hole for the camera part. Also, clean the camera lens. All Samsung smartphones undergo rigorous internal inspection tests and are always being controlled under Samsung’s high level of quality standards internally.
On the other hand Apple puts out 4 phones a year and they are pretty much one size fits all .
So it's gonna time for them for to get Android less defragmented .
In the main time I use the main camera up then upload to social media .