Samsung has been touting the Galaxy S23 Ultra as being able to photograph the moon in high definition thanks to its “improved zoom” capability, but that ability appears to be deceptive marketing, according to what Apple Insider quoted from a Reddit investigation.

The report added that Samsung used artificial intelligence technology to enhance the detail, clarity and accuracy of images of the moon so that it looks like it was taken with a high-resolution telescope rather than a mobile phone.

In the experiment, ibreakphotos researcher downloaded an image of the moon from the Internet, blurred its features, and then photographed it with his Samsung mobile phone. That is, the user deceived the phone by taking a picture of the computer screen instead of the moon.

Because the phone didn’t detect a difference, the AI ​​created a clear picture of what it thought was the real moon.

Samsung promotes its Galaxy S23 Ultra mobile phone as the phone with the most powerful zoom feature in the world of mobile phones, which is more than 100 times the actual image proximity.

While the phone actually contains, like the video captured with it, an amazing zoom capability, images of the moon are actually AI-enhanced images.

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Clayton Turner is a news reporter and copy editor for 24PalNews. Born and raised in Virginia, Clayton graduated from Virginia Tech’s Frank Batten School of Leadership and Public Policy and majored in journalism.

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