After months of leaks and rumors, Samsung has officially launched three new smartphones under its A-series, the Galaxy A52, Galaxy A52 5G, and Galaxy A72. These are the first mid-rangers from the company that comes with flagship-grade camera capabilities such as Optical Zoom, Space Zoom, OIS, Pro Video mode, and more.
You can shoot vivid and crisp photos and videos easily with the Galaxy A52, A52 5G, and A72’s massive 64MP high-resolution camera. Furthermore, you can also instantly convert your favorite moments from 4K video to 8MP high-resolution images with the 4K Video Snap.
Alongside this, Scene Optimizer uses AI to shoot with the best settings for 30 categories of images and backgrounds (such as food, scenery, and pets). All three models come with a 32MP front camera for selfies.
Optical image stabilization assures pictures and videos come out sharp and steady. And there’s no need to miss an important moment anymore in low lighting conditions because of the Night mode that uses multi-frame processing, resulting in a bright and crisp image even in the dark.
Other than these impressive camera features, Samsung and Snapchat together worked to offer a bunch of AR Lenses and filters to the Galaxy A52 and Galaxy A72 in the stock Camera application. To enable this function, users have to choose the Fun Mode in the built-in Camera app where you will find around 16 different AR Lenses from Snapchat.
This bold move lets the Galaxy A52/A71 owners use Snapchat filters with the native Camera app without switching to third-party applications to get amazing filters. On the other hand, it was found that while the user takes images directly through Snapchat, the quality of the captured image doesn’t meet the expectation of the users they want.
Therefore, the integration of Snapchat filters with Samsung Camera now offers filtered images with higher resolution. Moreover, users will also be able to adjust the aspect ratio and timer settings alongside recording videos with Snapchat filters.
Snapchat is a famous application that offers several filters to get the best picture of oneself. However, the Snapchat effects are exclusively available with the Galaxy A52/52 5G and Galaxy A72 devices. It is worth mentioning that some of the features from flagships were already provided to mid-range and budget phones like Single Take, Night Hyperlapse, etc.
In my opinion, Samsung should provide these filter functionalities to its other Galaxy devices as well via OTA. What do you think about Snapchat effects integration with the stock Camera application? Let us know in the comments below.
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