One UI 3.0

One UI 3.0 beta brings Image stabilization for Zoom Viewfinder, improves digital zooming photography

Samsung has started the Android 11 based One 3.0 beta testing for Galaxy S20 and Note 20 series users. The new version of One UI comes with a renewed user interface and a bunch of new features.

READ MORE: Is your Samsung Galaxy device getting Android 11-based One UI 3.0?

The latest features of One UI 3.0 are not limited to its UI and also expand to the Camera application. According to the information, the recent version of One UI 3.0 beta has brought an amazing improvement for people with periscope zoom camera phones – Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra and Note 20 Ultra.

With the new update, the camera app zoom viewfinder can now automatically apply image stabilization to the area of max zoom and allow you to capture the subject with more clarity and low noises.

Once stabilized, the camera informs the user with a new stabilization hand mark on the top left corner. It also turns the viewfinder’s borders into yellow color.

Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra supports 100X and Galaxy Note 20 Ultra supports 50X digital zoom. Once, the user selects 20X zoom, the camera enables a small viewfinder, which helps you to track the area that you want to zoom in.

However, the real problem starts after the user chooses max zoom and all things start to blur that occurs even with the lowest hand movements. To mention, this feature is currently available to only limited users and will expand gradually for beta tester. While the general consumer will get it with the stable One UI 3.0 rollout.

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