Samsung has brought astrophotography support to its older flagship devices, namely the Galaxy S21, S21+, and S21 Ultra. As the name suggests, this feature is already available on the Galaxy S22 and Galaxy S23 series that allows users to take pictures of the night sky.
As part of the support for astro photography mode has arrived. Expert RAW app updated. For Galaxy S21 series devices. However, these devices must be running the April 2023 update to support the feature. Expert RAW also offers detailed photography controls to adjust various features like ISO, shutter speed, aperture, white balance, etc. It allows users to save images in JPEG and RAW format simultaneously.
Astro Photo mode relies on long exposure shots to capture high-quality images of the stars, planets, and constellations visible in the night sky. It also has a built-in tool that helps users point to different constellations in the sky. The app allows users to set a timer of up to 10 minutes and it is recommended that the device be mounted on a tripod stand to take stable photos.
The company also relaunched its AI-powered image editing app Galaxy Enhance-X for the S23 series earlier this month. Additionally, it has partnered with Xbox to launch free-to-play gaming zones in London and New York City. Additionally, Samsung News also began rolling out in the US this month, with coverage from a number of leading publications.
Source: Sam Mobile