for getting the most out of your Samsung smartphone camera.
Take photos in full resolution
By default, the Samsung Galaxy S22 trio doesn’t take photos at the full resolution of its primary camera sensor. Like many Android phones, it employs a technique called pixel binning that’s meant to boost low-light performance at the expense of some resolution. That’s typically a good thing, but if you want to grab some shots in full 50- (or 108-) megapixel resolution, the option is tucked away behind the camera app’s aspect ratio options: