Samsung recently pushed a major update to its Galaxy S9 devices that included a nice bonus feature for this camera facing the front of the phone.
Since the Galaxy S9 was first launched its selfie snapper only offered a wider field of view which was great for group pictures by not so good if you just wanted a close-up of the head.
The last upgrade was designed to fix it with the owner now able to switch between standard and wider angle angle and more cropped image.
However, some users who have recently installed the latest changes from Samsung now complain that their selfies suffer from many mishaps.
Detected by piunikaweb, the owners of S9 have taken many online platforms including Twitter, Reddit and even Samsung's own forum pages to vent their frustrations.
It seems the biggest gripe is the new way of cropping images with many complaining that it's cutting large parts of the image off.
In a comment on Twitter, one user of the S9 said: "The S9 in front of my camera in front of the camera crops every image I take now. This is a complete frame, after the image, it's almost cut by 70% off.
And added: "Cool cool new S9 / S9 + update has changed the default crop of the front camera and now I have to hold my arm out super much on applications like Snapchat so it will not just close my face.
Some S9 owners have also noticed changing the size of the picture with one explaining, "I just made the updated s9 April plus noticed the front in front of my camera looks very grainy.
"I checked the settings and now there is no option 4: 3 8mp.
"Now it 's only 5.2 without an option for 8mp it should cost up to … … someone else having this problem?
The Samsung adapter now responded to some of the complaints with the same post post on community pages that "When you open the camera, you need to see icon settings in the top left corner of the screen.
"After clicking on this icon, you must select the & # 39; Camera modes & # 39; if you scroll a little more than half way down, this should help as a temporary work place, and we escalate it to our specialists so we know when we hear back."
There is currently no word about when or if camera mode will change or how many users have really been affected by it.
This news comes as Samsung recently pushed another big upgrade to all of its flagship ships.
This essential upgrade was announced early this month and brings some important security patches to the company 's flagship devices.
Some of the problems that are fixed are so serious that Samsung has labeled them critical with one even allowing remote attackers to execute arbitrary code on the target's device.
"Samsung Mobile releases a maintenance release for the flagship flagship models as part of the monthly security release (SMR)." This SMR package includes fixes from Google and Samsung. "
"At Samsung, we take security and privacy very seriously, and we are doing our best to respond as quickly as possible.
"Securing your device and maintaining the trust you place in us is our top priority.
"Samsung releases monthly and quarterly security updates on select Samsung devices.
"Monthly and quarterly security updates will include fixes for Android OS-related security issues released by Google, as well as fixes for Samsung-specific security issues."
Here is a list of devices that will receive the update in the coming weeks.
Galaxy S8 +, Galaxy S8 +, Galaxy S8 +, Galaxy S8 +, Galaxy S8 +, Galaxy S8, Galaxy S9, Galaxy S9 +, Galaxy S9 +, Galaxy S8, Galaxy A8 (2018)