Samsung Galaxy S22 camera features are starting to trickle down to all these older phones

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Samsung launched the Galaxy S22 series with new features in the Camera app. Among the novelties, there was an advanced portrait mode with pet recognition, portrait support in night mode, telephoto support for videos in portrait mode, etc.

Back in March, Samsung shared a list of Galaxy devices that would also receive some of these new Galaxy S22 camera features with a software update.

Now Samsung has started a roll out the new features of the Camera app to older devices, starting with the Galaxy S21 series.

The update brings the following features to the old Samsung flagships:

  • Night Portrait Enhancement
  • Improved auto frame function
  • Video call app extension support and auto framing effects
  • Camera quality improvements for third-party camera and social apps

These features will also be coming to the Galaxy Z Fold3 in the coming days, along with support for Expert RAW and support for telephoto lenses in Pro mode.


However, the Galaxy Z Flip3 will only receive enhancements to the auto-framing feature, video call extension support, auto-framing effects, and third-party camera and social app enhancements.

The night portrait feature will also come to other Galaxy devices such as the Galaxy S20 series, Galaxy Note 20 series, and the Galaxy Z Fold 2. While the enhanced auto-framing feature will come to Galaxy S21 FE, Galaxy Z Fold 2 users. and Galaxy Z Flip 5G/LTE.

Additionally, the Galaxy S21 FE, Galaxy S20 series, Galaxy Note 20 series, Galaxy Z Fold 2, and Galaxy Z Flip 5G/LTE will receive support for the video calling app extension with the update.

The Galaxy S10 series, Galaxy Note 10 series, Galaxy Z Fold, and Galaxy Note 10 Lite, meanwhile, will be supported by the app extension in the first half of 2022. Lastly, the auto-framing effects feature will also It will reach Galaxy Z Fold 2 and Galaxy Z Flip 5G/LTE users.

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