Adobe Lightroom became the official native photo editing software for the Galaxy S23 Ultra

The recently launched and most desirable Galaxy S23 Ultra device can be defined in just one word, it would be its camera capabilities. We have already known a lot about its camera’s hardware. To enhance its photographic abilities, the South Korean conglomerate (Samsung) has emerged a major software modification as well in this device, which is ‘Adobe Lightroom’.

First of all, let’s take a look at its camera configuration. The top-of-the-line Galaxy S23 Ultra device has a quad camera setup on the back. The primary sensor is Samsung’s own 200MP ISOCELL HP2 image sensor. Additionally, the device compiles a 12MP Ultrawide camera and two 10MP Telephoto cameras, one with 3x zoom and the other with 10x zoom. It also has a 12MP selfie camera in it.

Let’s get back to the Lightroom software; it has been implemented on the Galaxy S23 Ultra device as a native photo editing tool. To provide this service in their device, Samsung has collaborated with Adobe- the parental holder of Lightroom. The software will surely help the users to edit their pro-level photos. Undoubtedly, bringing Lightroom to their top-line phone will surely lead to better experience and results.

For those who are unaware, Lightroom is a widely popular photo editing app/software which is available for smartphones and PCs both. The good thing is the mobile version of this app is completely capable of converting your photos exactly as you wish. The high-quality images of the Galaxy S23 Ultra, edited with Lightroom, will surely reach the top in this league. Consequently, the collaboration of Samsung and Adobe will be proven revolutionary in terms of photo shooting and editing.

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