The South Korean tech firm Samsung owns some of the best camera smartphones in the tech world. The Galaxy S23 Ultra’s 200MP HP2 image sensor completely justifies the aforementioned phrase. However, Samsung’s desire to get the best of the best results always leads to some incredible outcomes, one of which is Camera Assistant. If you are unaware of what Camera Assistant is, so, let’s start with the introduction.
Let us inform you Camera Assistant is basically a part of Samsung’s Good Lock suite, which was launched last year. The service helps to enhance the user’s photography experience with the Galaxy device by providing a handful of camera customization options. However, it is currently exclusive to Samsung’s flagship devices only, which makes mid-range Galaxy device users desperate. However, their wait is now over.
One UI 6 will bless Galaxy A Phones with the Camera Assistant app
As per one of the Samsung community moderators, the Korean firm is planning to make Camera Assitant available for Samsung’s mid-range Galaxy A devices as well. It is said this Good Lock novelty will reach Galaxy A phones by the second half of this year, in particular, “during the change of One UI”. We can say the extension will happen with One UI 6.0 as it is the closest upcoming One UI version to be launched in the second half.
Now you may be wondering; we have talked about One UI 5.1.1’s arrival in one of our latest articles, so why are we talking about One UI 6.0 now? The answer is very clear; One UI 5.1.1 update is for larger screen devices only; hence, the soonest upcoming UI version for Galaxy A phones is One UI 6.0. Unfortunately, the moderator hasn’t revealed which Galaxy A devices are going to get this Camera Assistant app.
Galaxy A series phones that could support Camera Assistant app
We expect the company will serve the Camera Assistant application to Galaxy A54, Galaxy A53, and Galaxy A73 devices. The Camera in charge of Samsung also ended up saying “We will notify you as soon as the schedule is confirmed”. In other words, we haven’t got any leads. As for the benefits of getting this new application, they may be limited for mid-rangers but will surely offer these below-listed abilities.
- Ability to turn off the auto HDR capture effect.
- Option to decide whether the Camera focuses on faster capture or better post-processing.
- Multiple photo capturing abilities even when a timer is set and more.
Nota bene, the One UI 6’s Beta testing will probably start in the fall of June or in the initial August; afterward, the stable version will arrive within two months. We can’t say whether Camera Assistant will be a part of the Beta version or will arrive with the stable version directly. We may find any leads in the coming time.
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