Samsung Camera Assistant brings new features for Galaxy S23 Series

The Samsung Galaxy S23 is a premium Android smartphone that was officially released in February 2023, along with the other series of the family, the Samsung Galaxy S23+ and Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra, and a few other ecosystem goods. This is a cost-effective and most portable one of the three devices that arrived in the 2023 flagship line.

The device was launched with prominent features such as a 6.1-inch Dynamic AMOLED 2X display with Full-HD + resolution, refresh rate up to 120 Hz, 240 Hz touch response, Gorilla Glass Victus 2 glass, and the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset. Samsung is known as a leading manufacturer in providing devices with updates.

Samsung Good Lock updates and fixes some bugs

A recent upgrade has been unveiled in accordance with Samsung’s Photography Assistant software which brings out some additional capabilities, thereby improving the photography life of the ever-expanding Galaxy S23 series. This Camera Assistant update is considered a heavyweight release of Samsung this year.

Breaking: Galaxy S23 June 2023 update brings new camera features in the US

The Camera Assistant app is not restricted by a particular area while being created by Good Lock Labs and is independent of the Good Lock platform. is the current version of Camera Assistant. A little over 8MB in size, the update brings the Galaxy S23 two significant changes in the series. First is the initiation of the “Adaptive Pixel” function, and the next is the Galaxy S23 series no longer supports quick high-resolution capture.

For the rest, the changelog mentions a clear requirement regarding the firmware, as these new features require ‘a software update after June’.

In other words, this new Camera Assistant update seems to work hand in hand with the big update that Samsung started launching earlier this month.

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