Samsung is working very hard to prepare the One UI 6 for every eligible Galaxy device. For testing purposes, it has already opened the beta program for several Galaxy devices in every lineup. In these beta updates, the devices have received several new features; the camera is also the main function, which has received several significant improvements, but here we will discuss the new watermark options.
The watermark function is used to add text to every image taken by your device automatically. It is active by default, which shows the model name, date, and time, but you can also edit it. To do so, you just have to go to the settings and tap on the toggle to turn it on. If you try the option, it will provide some customization as well.
Now with One UI 6, the Watermark function will have some new options, like some more customization options. You can now select the vertical alignment of the watermark text so you can easily place it at the bottom or top of the image. Along with this, the update also separates the date and time, so users can easily use any one as a watermark.
All these new features are now available for Galaxy devices that are running on the One UI 6 beta program, and soon other devices that are eligible for the major update will get all the new functions in the coming days with the One UI 6 stable update.
The One UI 6 update is the latest update for Galaxy devices and will come with several new enhancements for different existing functions, including Quick Panel, Samsung Keyboard, Samsung Health, Camera, Gallery, and many more. If you want to explore whole new changes, then you can check out this article.
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