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List of Samsung Galaxy Enhance-X App supported Galaxy smartphones

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Samsung has already introduced a new photo retouching app that aims to enhance your images effortlessly. Similar to the Google Photos editor, Samsung’s Galaxy Enhance-X app offers a wide range of features without requiring subscription fees through the Galaxy Store. With the power of Artificial Intelligence, this photo editing application can automatically execute numerous functions with a single click. This development holds particular significance for a brand renowned for its exceptional image and photography quality.

The Galaxy Enhance-X app was released on July 7, 2022. Upon opening an image within the application, the user is presented with various options in the interface, including Illuminate, Correct Blur, HDR, and Focus. By tapping the More button, additional features such as Fix Moire, Remove Reflection, Facial Enhancements, and Portrait options are accessible. When utilizing this app to enhance an image, both the original and the improved version are saved in the device’s gallery, preserving them in JPEG format.

Galaxy Enhance-X App Eligible Samsung Smartphones

Samsung first released Galaxy Enhance-X for the Galaxy S22 range in July last year, but later the app was no longer available for the 2022 flagship series.

Galaxy Enhance-X App Now Available on Several Samsung Phones: Download

Two months ago the Korean giant announced that it would bring its powerful image editing app to its older high-end devices as well, and it’s now finally available for other flagships Galaxy devices. Simultaneously, Samsung has confirmed its intention to release the app for certain older devices, including those belonging to the Galaxy Tablets, Galaxy A, and Galaxy M series running on One UI 5.1 or later.

  1. Galaxy S23
  2. Galaxy S23+
  3. Galaxy S23 Ultra
  4. Galaxy S22
  5. Galaxy S22+
  6. Galaxy S22 Ultra
  7. Galaxy S21
  8. Galaxy S21+
  9. Galaxy S21 Ultra
  10. Galaxy S20
  11. Galaxy S20+
  12. Galaxy S20 Ultra
  13. Galaxy Note 20
  14. Galaxy Note 20 Ultra
  15. Galaxy Z Fold4
  16. Galaxy Z Flip4
  17. Galaxy Z Fold3
  18. Galaxy Z Flip3
  19. Galaxy Z Fold2
  20. Galaxy Z Flip 5G
  21. Galaxy Z Flip LTE
  22. Galaxy A34
  23. Galaxy A54
  24. Galaxy A33
  25. Galaxy A53
  26. Galaxy A73
  27. Galaxy Tab S8
  28. Galaxy Tab S8+
  29. Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra
  30. Galaxy Tab S7
  31. Galaxy Tab S7+
  32. Galaxy Tab S7 FE
  33. Galaxy M54
  34. Galaxy M53
  35. Galaxy M52
  36. Galaxy M62

When comparing Galaxy Enhance-X to the existing Remaster function within Samsung Gallery, the core functionality may not appear significantly different on paper, but it promises to deliver superior outcomes.

Once installed, Galaxy Enhance-X proves to be remarkably user-friendly. A single button labeled “Magic” initiates the AI analysis of the image, addressing issues related to blurriness, noise, and loss of detail.

Following this initial step, users gain access to various distinct functions for further refinement. These include Lighten, Face adjustments, Correct Blur, Correct Lens Distortion, Correct Moiré, HDR, Portrait enhancements, Reflection Removal, Shadow Removal, and Contrast adjustments.

Samsung smartphones and tablets that should receive Android 14 and One UI 6.0

The Face section offers additional customization options, such as skin smoothness, color tone, jawline refinement, and eye size. These features are particularly popular in Eastern markets but may be less frequently utilized elsewhere. The Portrait feature, on the other hand, provides a selection of diverse layers and styles to achieve captivating background blur effects.

Of notable interest is the image resizing feature, where Enhance-X can increase the resolution by up to four times for photos with less than 1 MP, eliminating compression artifacts and resulting in sharper images. For instance, an image originally with a resolution of 640 x 360 and less than 1 MP can be transformed into a high-resolution 2560 x 1440 image.

Download Available for Selected Galaxy Devices

The Galaxy Enhance-X app, which we remember was unveiled last year, is available for download in beta through the Galaxy Store. The size is about 135 MB and the version is number 1.0.76.


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Samsung Single Take to get functional improvement with new update

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Samsung Single Take is a unique camera software feature that allows users to take different types of photos and video clips with a single tap. With this functionality, Galaxy device users get an edge over other Android users in terms of camera functionality. To make it better, the company frequently provides updates to it.

Samsung has rolled out a new update for Single Take with version number 4.0.00.34. However, when you visit the update page of the Single Take on the Galaxy store, there is no changelog provided by the company, which indicates that it will not provide any significant changes for the devices. Hopefully, we may get some general improvements for the devices.

If you are using a Galaxy device compatible with Single Take, you can now update the Single Take functionality by going to the Galaxy Store. After the update, you may get some bug fixes that may make the usage of the function more seamless and smooth.

For starters, the Single Take function is directly available on the Camera application, so you can easily take advantage of the feature. To get the best possible results, you should move the device slowly in the desired direction. This feature also depends on the camera stability of the device, so if you’re using a device with OIS, then it will be more beneficial.

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Android Photo Picker Will Support Search Feature

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Android Photo Picker is a part of Google’s workspace, and now it is set up to offer you more convenient functionality, as it appears that it’s going to start supporting local and cloud searches by the end of this year. 

The Android Photo Picker is a browsable interface that permits you to choose which media items to share with an application, and now you no longer need to endlessly scroll through your Google Photos library just to find the one image that you are looking for, since soon it will support local and cloud search later this year, as announced by Google on the second day of the I/O 2024 event. 

However, most developers prefer not to use Android’s Photo Picker for several reasons, among which is that many developers abstain from it because it’s missing a lot of functionalities compared to the older system file Picker it’s replacing. One of the major missing features—cloud media support—was finally added not too long ago, and now users can finally choose media from their Google Photos libraries. Apart from this, there’s one more issue with the Photo Picker that cloud media integration only makes worse: the lack of search. 

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The Android Photo Picker permits you to choose photos and videos for sharing with other applications. Two sections are housed in the app: the first is Photos, which showcases everything in reverse chronological order, and the second is Albums, which pairs up photos by category. It’s pretty convenient for tiny libraries, but for large ones, it can be difficult to find specific photos. 

Finally, Google is adding a search feature to the Photo Picker app to permit you to search both locally stored images and your cloud library, and it could be available widely on devices running at least Android 4.4 and up by the end of this year. However, some users are also guessing for advanced search capabilities; for instance, with the new “Ask Photos” feature, it’s probably that the Photo Picker search will be more basic. 

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Circle to Search is no longer exclusive to Samsung and Pixel devices

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We are in the tech era where nothing lasts limited, and Android’s exclusive Circle to Search feature is a hot topic in the tech market after being a couple of months older than how it cannot be available on iOS. The reportedly new Circle to Search feature could come to Chrome on iOS. 

Samsung is the one who brought Circle to Search into existence, initially introduced on its recently launched Galaxy S24series, but the backbone of the feature is Google since this feature uses Google’s algorithm to run. It later came to the Pixel smartphones and tablets. 

Circle to Search Expands Reach: Feature Spotted in Chrome for iOS

At the I/O 2024 event, Google promised to expand the Circle to Search feature’s reach to 200 million devices by the end of 2024. Probably, this could include the iPhone as well. 

This probability is being speculated by the reports from Mac Observer, who spotted something interesting hiding in Chrome for iOS. As per his analysis, a new “Lens Circle to Search” flag appears that was silently added to the app, and once the flag is enabled, the Circle to Search feature will be available within Google Lens on iOS. 

If this analysis comes true, then iPhone users could get the power to start circling and searching to their hearts’s content. However, it is quite obvious that there will be little difference in the way of functionality or appearance as compared to the system-wide integration Circle to Search has on Android. 

As a result, the feature appears to be limited to being used on Chrome for iOS. At the moment, it is not clear whether this feature would only be limited to the iPhone or if it could also make its way to the iPad. Google is also yet to officially confirm its plans to roll out the Cirlce to Search feature for iOS. 

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