On November 24, 2021, Samsung introduced a new Camera application called Expert RAW for the Galaxy devices running the Android 12-based One UI 4.0 s/w system. This new app enables Pro Mode options for each Camera sensor available on the smartphone such as Wide, Ultrawide, and Telephoto.
Starting Galaxy S21 Ultra, the Telephoto Camera Pro Mode support could be expanded to more Galaxy devices with the latest update. However, there are several Galaxy phones that are equipped with Telephoto sensors that should be eligible for Expert RAW support.
We will update this article, whenever Samsung extends Expert RAW support to more phones.
Samsung Expert RAW Roadmap
- February 25
- Galaxy S22 Ultra
- Galaxy S22 Plus
- Galaxy S22
- Early March
- Galaxy S21 Ultra
- H1 2022
- Galaxy S20 Ultra
- Galaxy Note 20 Ultra
- Galaxy Z Fold 2
- Download Samsung Expert RAW app
- How to use Telephoto Pro Mode in Samsung Galaxy S21 using Expert RAW?
- These 4 reasons make Samsung Expert RAW an excellent photography app
Pro mode lets Galaxy smartphone users adjust:
- Shutter speed
- White balance
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Samsung Camcyclopedia launching soon for Galaxy Camera improvements
Samsung phones are well-known for their impressive Camera that take the consumers’ photography experiences to the next level. In addition to hardware specs, the Samsung Camera app is also famous as it packs a lot of image-capturing features and tools for Galaxy devices.
As the Galaxy Camera capabilities are nowadays increasing quite significantly, consumers are also exploring ways to share their concerns with the developers so the software department can fix the issues and problems of the One UI Camera functionality.
We saw numerous threads on Facebook groups, Reddit communities, and Twitter regarding Camera questions, suggestions, feedback and a lot of complaints by Samsung consumers. Well finally, Samsung has crafted a Camera-specific platform named Camcyclopedia for questions/answers, feedback, tips, and announcements.
A user, that had joined the Galaxy Camera Workshop (held last week in South Korea), revealed that Samsung said that it has created a Camera dedicated platform called Camcyclopedia which will be launched soon to provide support and fix issues for Galaxy users.
When is Samsung Camcyclopedia coming?
It’s not yet confirmed, but we can expect it in the coming days or weeks. However, it might not be a dedicated application, while the company may bring a new Camcyclopedia section in the Samsung Members app, which will be available through an app update.
Statement (by user)
“We are seeing a lot of opinions from many people, so if you let us know about camera-related feature suggestions or error colors through Samsung Members, it will be helpful for the staff to check and review.
In addition, it is said that CamCyclopedia will be launched with the purpose of Galaxy Camera Wikipedia so that many users can ask questions about the camera and understand the camera more easily.”
Not that all!
Aside from launching the Camcyclopedia, Samsung promised improvements to the stock camera app, features as well as camera quality through firmware updates. Moreover, the Expert RAW Camera app will also be enhanced as well as expanded to more Galaxy devices.
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Galaxy Z Fold 4 will be a perfect choice for Samsung S and Fold users: Tipster
Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 is coming on August 10. Ahead of the launch, we get familiar with multiple leaks and rumors that gives us an early look at the device’s specifications, design, as well as price.
In a recent development, the tipster Ice Universe revealed some important information about the Galaxy Z Fold 4. According to him, the Galaxy Z Fold 4 will be a perfect choice if you are a fan of the Samsung S or Fold series.
It was earlier revealed that Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 will feature Snapdragon 8 Gen 1+ chipset, which will make the device smoother to use, and even better than this year’s high-end Galaxy S22 Ultra.
TSMC’s 4nm chipset further helps in power saving as well as low heating of the phone. However, the leakster also mentions that it is not as good as the Snapdragon 835 but is much better than the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1.
If you are a dual user of S and Fold, when you touch the Fold4, you may throw away your S22 Ultra, TSMC's 4nm Snapdragon 8+, low heat and power saving, although not as good as the previous Snapdragon 835, But much better than Snapdragon 8.
— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) July 2, 2022
Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 four Android upgrades
You might be aware of Samsung’s new software update policy that says that all Galaxy flagship smartphones launched with Android 11 will get 4 major Android OS updates and five years of security patch updates.
The upcoming Galaxy Z Fold 4 is one of the flagship Galaxy phones, which means it is compatible with Samsung’s new software update policy and will get major updates till Android 16 and One UI 8 (possibly). Read more
For more information, must visit our dedicated Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 tracker that carries every major and minor information about the device.
Samsung Gaming Hub reaches 2022 smart TVs and monitors to provide best gaming experience
Samsung has started rolling out its Gaming Hub to all 2022 Samsung Smart TVs to bring users the best game streaming content and game playing experiences with no additional hardware or downloads needed.
The service is now available with instant access to Xbox, Nvidia GeForce Now, Google Stadia, Utomik, Twitch, YouTube, and Spotify. And, support for Amazon Luna will arrive at a later date.
Samsung first announced the Gaming Hub at CES 2022. It allows players to access their favorite games from popular game streaming services and permits them to even buy games from those services in a single place.
The Samsung Gaming Hub brings better, faster, and more convenient access to gaming within Samsung TVs including the 2022 Neo QLED 8K, Neo QLED 4K, QLEDs, and the 2022 Smart Monitor Series, combining Samsung’s expertise in hardware and software for an optimal gaming experience.
Furthermore, when it comes to 4K and 8K content, using AI Gaming technology, the new gaming hub also displays curated game recommendations on your TV’s home screen. Additionally, the service introduces faster decoding and optimized buffer control technology to reduce the input lag.
Aside from these, the company’s Gaming Hub offers support for accessories like Bluetooth controllers and wireless headsets to further bring users the ability to access a wide range of gaming services.
For more information, visit Samsung Newsroom.