Samsung’s Camera Assistant Expands the List of Galaxy Devices That Work With It
It is known that Samsung is one of the leading Android smartphone manufacturers and is constantly looking for ways to improve the user experience. Recently, the company announced that its Camera Assistant app, which was initially meant for the Galaxy S22 series, will now be available on more Galaxy devices. This is a great move from Samsung as it allows users to have more control over their camera settings.
The Camera Assistant app is a Good Lock module that lets users tweak important camera settings such as turning off Auto HDR, prioritizing faster shutter speeds, disabling Auto lens switching, and the ability to shoot videos while in Photo mode. It also includes a Quick Shot feature that reduces motion blur in still images. It is rare for a smartphone manufacturer to give users such control over their camera settings, making this a welcome move from Samsung. This application is a welcome addition for users who want more control over their cameras, and Samsung has promised to expand the availability of the app to other devices soon.
The Camera Assistant app has been met with positive responses from users, many of whom have requested that Samsung make the application available for their devices. Samsung has taken this feedback into account, but it is unclear which devices the app will be available on or when it will be released. However, it is likely the application will be released at the same time as the Galaxy S23 series launch.
The Korean giant has now confirmed that once the app exits its beta testing phase, it will become available for more Galaxy devices. It remains unclear when the app will exit beta, but since Samsung is known to beta test Good Lock modules for several months, it is possible that the stable version will be released around the Galaxy S23 series launch.
Currently, the Camera Assistant app is compatible with the Galaxy S22, S22+, and S22 Ultra. It is likely that Samsung will also make the application compatible with other flagship phones, such as the Galaxy Z Fold 4, Flip 4, and Galaxy S21 Ultra. This is similar to what the company did with its Expert RAW application, which started out as exclusive to the Galaxy S21 Ultra before expanding to other Galaxy phones.
In addition to expanding availability, Samsung has also updated the application to allow its icon to adapt to the color of the phone’s wallpaper, thanks to Android 13’s dynamic icon feature. This feature is a great way for users to customize the look of their device and further personalize the experience.
If you are an owner of the Galaxy S22 series, you can download the Camera Assistant application from the Galaxy Store and enjoy greater control over the phone’s cameras. Samsung is expected to announce the other supported models for the app in the near future, so keep your eyes peeled for more information.