According to reports, Samsung has worked with Instagram, Snapchat, and TikTok to enhance the quality of photos taken using the social media apps' built-in cameras. According to a study, images taken using these apps won't any longer have a lower quality. These apps are widely used by many individuals to take pictures and videos. However, compared to images taken using the phone's native camera app, the photos taken with these apps are of lower quality.
Ahmed Qwaider, a tipster, claims that Samsung is working with the well-known social media platforms Instagram, Snapchat, and TikTok to enhance the quality of photo uploads on its future flagship model, the Galaxy S23. The images taken on these apps using their built-in camera will be of higher quality thanks to this agreement.
Users will be able to access the phone's native camera app on Instagram, Snapchat, and TikTok thanks to Samsung's collaboration with these apps. According to the article, users will be able to take higher-quality pictures as a result. Even if you download the photos from the applications later, their quality won't suffer.
GizmoChina's report claims that Samsung is the first and only manufacturer of Android smartphones to include these functions in its user interface. For the Galaxy S22 series, the business now provides support for night mode and auxiliary camera lenses for these social media apps.
Recently, Samsung also revealed a new processor for its next flagship smartphones as part of an expanded relationship with Google. According to a tip, Samsung will launch its Galaxy S-series flagship smartphones with a new chipset in 2025.