The Galaxy S22The Galaxy S22+ and Galaxy S22 Ultra are some of the best camera phones on the market, but consumers are still not completely satisfied with them. In particular, users expected their phones to perform better in terms of HDR and noise when shooting low-light videos and shooting moving subjects. And it looks like the company finally listened.
Samsung Today, she announced that she would A software update for the Galaxy S22 series is coming soon To improve camera performance.
Hyperlapse video shooting with 3x telephoto camera and soon Astro Hyperlapse mode
With the new update, phones can shoot Hyperlapse videos with 3x zoom. The South Korean company also said that an Astro Hyperlapse mode is in the works, while the Galaxy S22, Galaxy S22+And the Galaxy S22 Ultra will get this feature soon.
QR code scanning improvements
Samsung is also improving the QR code scanning feature. With the upcoming update, the company is increasing the QR code scanning area and speeding up the scanning process. If the phones detect the document first, the QR code inside won’t be able to be scanned, and the South Korean company is changing that with the new update. You can now tap a QR code on a document and have the camera app scan it.
Standard camera app for Galaxy S22, Galaxy S22+ and Galaxy S22 Ultra The QR code cannot be scanned again after the first scan is rejected. Samsung is working to fix this bug and a future camera update will allow the user to tap the QR code to scan it again.
Improved image stability, AI performance, HDR and night mode
Samsung is also improving HDR performance and color reproduction in photo mode. It also improved memory usage and AI performance in photo, night and video modes. The company says the upcoming update will also improve image stability and image quality in videos.
with in 2022 in June updateSamsung has improved the natural brightness and contrast of the wide-angle (primary) camera. These improvements are now available on the telephoto and Ultra HD cameras of the Galaxy S22 series. The South Korean company also claims that it improves colors and exposure (for dark areas) in night mode.
The company said that it is already working to improve the performance of the camera in extremely low light and that the improvements will soon be released to the Galaxy S22, Galaxy S22+ and Galaxy S22 Ultra.
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