Samsung has outstanding cameras and superior photography skills in its high-end Galaxy S lineup. For example, the newly-launched Galaxy S23 Ultra contains a 200-MP ISOCELL HP2 sensor, and the previous S22 Ultra features a 108-MP ISOCELL HM3 sensor in it. Along with incredible cameras, the firm owns various photography-related features too, one of which is Astrophotography.
For those who are unaware, the Astrophotography feature lets you click wonderful images of the stars, constellations, and other nighttime activities. This feature has been introduced as an Expert RAW feature, which is Samsung’s advanced camera application. The feature has made its way to the Galaxy S22 series first, and the new Galaxy S23 series has brought an option to take Astro hyper-lapses.
Now it seems that Samsung is planning to make this feature available for the other Galaxy devices. As per the tipster GaryeonHan, Samsung will bring Expert RAW’s Astrophotography feature along with the Multi-exposure feature to almost all flagships of and later the year 2020. The device names are listed below.
- Galaxy Z Fold 4
- Galaxy Z Fold 3
- Galaxy Z Fold 2
- Galaxy S21 Ultra
- Galaxy S20 Ultra
- Galaxy Note 20 Ultra
Informatively, these devices will get Expert RAW’s Astrophotography feature only, and it looks that Galaxy S23’s Astro hyper-lapse feature will be out of this. Unfortunately, it seems that this novelty will be out of reach of pre-Galaxy S23 flagships. However, it is still unknown when this update will reach the other Galaxy devices.
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