Samsung is going to bring some of the camera functionalities of the Galaxy S22 to other smartphones. The company itself announces this in an official post on its Korean forum. So it could just be that your current smartphones will soon be able to do a bunch of new things.
People with a midrange smartphone or entry-level model from Samsung are unfortunately missing out. The new features appear mainly for the more expensive models.
Samsung Galaxy S22 features roll out further
Via Android Police, we find out about the post on Samsung’s Korean forum and so we know what consumers can expect soon. The rollout of Galaxy S22 features is part of the One UI 4.1 update and all focus on the camera system. Those who are big fans of smartphone photography will soon, with any luck, be able to go all out and rediscover their current smartphone.
Samsung announces the following functionalities:
Night portrait | Galaxy S21 series, S20 series, Note 20 series, Z Fold 2 & 3, Galaxy Z Flip 3 & 5G
Skinier recognition | Galaxy S21 series, S21 FE, S20 FE, Note 20 series, Z Fold 2 & 3, Galaxy Z Flip 3 & 5G
Light editing for portraits | Galaxy S21 series, S21 FE, S20 FE, Note 20 series, Z Fold 3, Galaxy Z Flip 3 & 5G
Telephoto function for video | Galaxy S21 series, S21 FE, Galaxy Z Fold 3
Improved Director’s View | Galaxy S21 series, Z Fold 3, Z Flip 3
Telephoto support Pro & Pro Video | Galaxy S21 Ultra, S20 Ultra, Nite 20 Ultra, Z Fold 2 & 3
Expert RAW | Galaxy S21 Ultra, S20 Ultra, Note 20 Ultra, Z Fold 2 & 3
Enhanced Snapchat support (including night mode) | Galaxy S21 series
These new features will allow you to shoot better photos and videos in the dark and enhance portrait photos. The One UI 4.1 update appears today in South Korea. Samsung is not yet saying anything about an international launch, but it will no doubt follow soon. Just a little more patience, then.
New Galaxy Unpacked event
Features are not the only new thing Samsung has in store for its fans. The South Korean company revealed earlier this week that it has a new Galaxy Unpacked event planned. This Thursday, March 17, 2022, new A-series smartphones are likely to see the light of day.
Want to know more about what to expect on Thursday? Then be sure to check out this article!