We all know Samsung S22 Ultra is one of the best smartphones in the Android segment and no arguments about it. The images captured on that device are the best among any Android phone. The camera was the central feature of the Samsung S22 Ultra. In June 2022 Samsung released an update for this device which leveled up the device’s camera performance even more. And a couple more months after they released another update to improve the imaging experience furthermore. Now you can see how Samsung is serious about its camera features. And now Samsung is taking that to a next level by introducing Astronomical Hyperlapse.
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Samsung disclosed the camera enhancement in the second August 2022 update for the Galaxy S22 in a post on its South Korean community forum. To begin, the telephoto camera may now be used in Hyperlapse mode. Previously, only the main ultrawide cameras could do this. In addition, the business is working on an “Astronomical Hyperlapse” which will be available later this year.
With the growth of QR codes, Samsung has improved the scanning experience via the camera application by increasing the reading and guiding size. Previously users couldn’t read QR code content after closing it after scanning it without restarting the application. But now users will be able to scan QR codes again by clicking on them.
Samsung believes that utilizing the Photo, Night, and video modes enhanced memory utilization and the AI engine. On top of that, when utilizing Night mode, color and brightness increased. Also, the other improvements are enhanced HDR processing and color in Photo mode, also well-improved VDIS, and image quality when recording motion shots.
As a part of the second August update, the Galaxy S22 series will receive the enhancements. These changes are already present in the One UI 5 beta software for Android 13. In Hyperlapse mode, the Galaxy S21 series will also benefit from better QR code scanning and telephoto camera compatibility.