List of Galaxy phones that have Camera Assistant App support

Samsung has continuously updated its UI interface over the years, a feat made possible by the company’s unwavering commitment to software development. In addition, the Korean tech giant has launched Good Lock, a suite of modules that offer numerous customization options for various device functions.

The Camera Assistant is also one of those modules, it features different options that are helpful for customizing the camera for the devices, and it offers many features you can easily set whether you want speed capturing or high-quality photos. It also helps to shoot interval servings; you can easily set a dark screen when shooting video. Switching between lenses is quite smooth, and it’s also automatic; it will pick suitable lenses based on the Zoom, lightning, and distance to the subject.

These Galaxy A smartphones will get Camera Assistant support with One UI 6

Initially, the camera assistant was introduced in the Galaxy S22, and it was available after the One UI 5.0 update. After some time, Samsung expanded it to other Galaxy devices, which also feature high-end camera specs. Some people confused it with Expert RAW. But both are different from each other. One offers customization features, while the other offers extra functionalities for taking good-quality images.

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List of Galaxy devices now support Camera assistant app

After recognizing it as a useful module, Samsung has now expanded it for some older devices; after updating it let check out if your device is also got it.

  • Galaxy S23 Series
  • Galaxy S22 Series
  • Galaxy S21 Series
  • Galaxy S20 Series
  • Galaxy Note 20 Series
  • Galaxy Z Flip 4 & Fold 4
  • Galaxy Z Flip 3 & Fold 3
  • Galaxy Z Flip & Fold 2

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