THE Samsung last Wednesday held a Galaxy Unpacked for the unveiling of its new series devices Galaxy Tab S8 and Galaxy S22which will already come from the factory with the new update One UI 4.1. During the event, the company showed a video with the news of this update, which will bring a better integration of cell phone cameras with social network applications.
This novelty was developed by the South Korean giant in conjunction with the Instagram, TikTok and Snapchat, which will have exclusive access to various technologies of the great cameras of the manufacturer’s high-end smartphones. Until now, many of the company’s device sensor features have been exclusive to its camera app, now that’s finally changing.
It hasn’t been very detailed yet. Samsungnor for social networks, how this integration will work, nor if it will also work with smartphones Galaxys of older generations who will receive the One UI 4.1.
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Thanks to this, users will have access to more features in these apps, such as being able to use sensors in addition to the main one. As pointed out by PhoneArenanow users of Instagram, TikTok and Snapchat who own smartphones Galaxy S22, S22+ and S22 Ultra will be able to take AI-enhanced HDR photoslike South Korean giant autofocus and digital image stabilization.
Along with the update of One UIa Samsung also brought some other news. In addition to improving the cameras on these social networks, the company is also improving the ‘RAM Plus‘, allowing the user to choose the amount of internal storage he wants to turn into RAM.
Another very interesting novelty also involves the device’s camera, now all sensors can also be used in the ‘pro mode‘. the apps calendar and Wallet also received news, along with resources made exclusively for the Galaxy Tab S8:
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Source: Android Headlines, PhoneArena