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Samsung Star S5233A has very dark photos

It has very dark photos at night and indoors. Night images are so dark that i cant figure out what i have captured!!

To my frustration, My Dad's Nokia 6233 2 MP cam gave better colour than samsung's 3.2 MP cam!!????

I tried all one can do, even i checked if there was a removable screen on the camera or a big screen is prob but no in daylight it is very fine.

I think there is some problem with the colour hardware of the camera, its only one month since i own this new cell.

Why does this happen?!! Is there any solution?

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This phone doesn't support flash, so it is obvious that pictures won't come good in the dark. but it is good enough in day light.

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