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Samsung Expert Raw can enhance the quality of your photos and videos on your Galaxy S23

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Nowadays, everyone is fond of photography, so to fulfill this desire, Samsung has made many changes to its flagship series of devices. With every new S series device, Samsung has done a great job in the camera department and has given photography a new dimension. Now moving ahead, the company has introduced its latest Galaxy device, which will take the photography experience to the next level.

Samsung has introduced three models in the Galaxy S23 Series – Galaxy S23 base, Galaxy S23+, and Galaxy S23 Ultra. However, the base and version devices don’t have much difference compared to its predecessor in terms of Camera specs. Still, the Galaxy S23’s Ultra variant has some revolutionary changes in the Camera department; whether we talk about Lenses, sensors, or processors, all of these things make this device worthy of bumping up against a DSLR camera.

For information, the Galaxy S23 Ultra device has a quad camera setup, one 10MP periscope telephoto with 10X optical zoom, 10 MP telephoto with 3X equality optical, a 12MP ultrawide camera, and the most anticipated camera lens which provides 200 MP quality photos, enhance the quality the Korean giant has installed a dedicated ISOCELL HP2 sensor technology.

However, the hardware specs are only half of the story; the other half work depends on the software and processing unit of the device. To fulfill this gap, the Korean giant has introduced the higher clock speed version of the Snapdragon 8 gen 2 processor for faster processing of photos and videos. Apart from these, the main camera app also supports an Expert raw app which enhances the overall quality and gives you real live photos with post-processing.

How Expert raw helps you to take better photos

Samsung designs the expert raw app for its flagship devices to enhance the experience of photography on the devices; the app offers a wider range of options that let you capture a lot more, from dark areas to bright areas, in one photo. There are several features available that give you a professional camera experience so you can able to capture good photos. It offers several features like ISO, shutter speed, EV, manual focus, white balance, etc. If you are wondering that these features are already available in the main camera app, then you are right, but the main difference is that the experience you get after using these options in Expert Raw is different; it makes it very easy to handle your camera as you can easily switch one lens to another very quickly, these all things make the app most worthy of using, so whenever you want to click good photos you should use this Expert RAW.


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Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 6 keeps AMOLED cover display

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The Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 6 is on its way to make its debut at the Galaxy Unpacked event. The note-worthy fact is that the giant is not downgrading the cover display of the phone, as it will feature an AMOLED panel on the inside as well as the outside.

A couple of days ago, even before the official launch, a few images of the upcoming Galaxy Z Flip 6 leaked online. The leaked image suggests that the Korean giant is looking forward to attaching an AMOLED panel to the upcoming Galaxy Z Flip 6 device. 

However, it appears that the Samsung employee who created that leaked spec sheet made a typo. The report says that the cover screen of the Galaxy Z Flip 6 will be similar to that of its predecessor, the Galaxy Z Flip 5. It will feature a 3.4-inch diagonal, the same folder-like shape, and a refresh rate of 60 Hz. 

Samsung has yet to announce the official specs and features of the phone, but following leaks and rumors, it’s expected that the Galaxy Z Flip 6 will be powered by the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 chip. The memory package could include 8GB and 12GB of RAM variants. It will feature a 50MP primary rear camera and a 4,000 mAh battery. 

It will run Android 14 and One UI 6.1.1 out of the box. The Korean giant has added some new Galaxy AI features that could arrive on existing devices through a software update. Along with the Galaxy Z Flip 6, the brand will also launch its sibling, the Galaxy Z Fold 6. Potentially, both could be eligible for seven years of OS and security patches. 


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Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 6 Slim could feature a bigger display than the standard model

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Samsung is aggressively ready to launch its next-gen Galaxy Z Fold 6 and Galaxy Flip 6 next week at the launch event. Apart from these two, the brand is also gearing up to launch the slimmer variant of the Galaxy Z Fold 6, which could be on the floor as soon as Q4 2024. 

The new report from The Elec says that the production schedule for the Galaxy Z Fold 6 slim model has been finalized. If the report is to be believed, the brand could introduce the device as soon as Q4 2024, and 400,000 to 500,000 units will be shipped by the end of this year. However, the brand will make the slimmer variant of the Galaxy Z Fold 6 available only in selected markets. 

The Korean website also suggested that the forthcoming Galaxy Z Fold 6 slim variant will feature a larger cover screen and folding display. In light of this fact, it’s expected that it could feature a 6.5-inch smartphone display and an 8-inch folding screen. Whereas the actual Galaxy Z Fold 6 model is supposed to feature a 6.2 or 6.3-inch outer and a 7.6-inch folding screen. 

On the comparison side, Honor Magic V2 features a 7.29-inch folding and 6.43-inch outer screen, and Vivo X Fold 3 Pro has an 8.3-inch folding screen and a 6.53-inch outer screen. So the slimmer Galaxy Z Fold 6 would offer similarly large screens.

Reportedly, a few years back, Samsung had previously developed a Z Fold device with an 8-inch folding screen, but unfortunately, due to the foldable’s thickness, it was never seen on the market. Noticeably, the new variant will lack S Pen support, but it’ll be thinner as compared to the actual Z Fold 6. It was also noted that some unnamed components will have ‘higher specifications’ than the standards in Z Fold 6.


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Galaxy Z Flip 6 Offers Smart Screen Features for Language Translation

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Samsung is just a week away from the official launch of the Galaxy Z Flip 6 and Galaxy Z Fold 6. Ahead of the official debut, leaks and rumors are continuously blowing in the market. Now the new leak says that the Galaxy Z Flip 6 makes smart use of the cover screen for language translation. 

The Galaxy Z Flip 6 will run Android 14-based One UI 6.1.1 out of the box. This software version will bring dozens of new AI-powered tools, including a new feature that uses the cover screen intelligently during language translation. A tipster on X shared marketing images of the Galaxy Z Flip 6. It has been revealed that Samsung has upgraded the interpreter mode for foldable phones. 

Galaxy Z Flip 6 Smart Translation

The images showcase that translated text is also visible on the cover screen to make it easier to see for the person conversing with the phone’s user. On the other side, a similar feature is also expected to arrive for the Galaxy Z Fold 6. Although Google has already introduced a similar feature for the Pixel Fold, now Samsung is looking forward to the feature. 

This feature will be beneficial in scenarios like international business meetings where you do not understand your colleague’s language. This feature will only work in Flex Mode, which means you have to fold the Galaxy Z Flip 6’s screen halfway to activate the cover screen. The latest Galaxy Z Flip 5 already has the Interpreter Mode, so it’s quite possible that the brand could expand this feature to the Galaxy Z Fold 5.


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