El software de Samsung revela nuevas funciones de la cámara del Galaxy S11 / S20

Samsung software reveals new Galaxy S11 / S20 camera features

Samsung software reveals new Galaxy S11 / S20 camera features

Samsung is also preparing its own software for the market launch of the new Galaxy S11 / S20 series; new camera functions can be found in the source code.


Samsung is not only working hard on new software for existing smartphones, measures are also being taken for the new Android smartphones of the future. This, of course, includes the Galaxy S11 series, which is now marketed as the Galaxy S20. But whatever the name, the first camera functions are now undoubtedly known. An in-depth and well-trained look by XDA developers at the source code for the latest One UI 2 software that the South Korean manufacturer released in recent days is enough.

Galaxy S11 / S20 – New and Expanded Camera Features

Some of the new features have been known for a long time, but now there is much more information on how they work. Not all discovered innovations have to make it to the end devices. We must also bear in mind that not all new models have to automatically have all new functions. Samsung could depend in part on the price of the devices or the installed hardware. In any case, there are now many more text modules in the source code that already reveal more about the new functions.

Directors view

  • Keep certain lenses in focus automatically.
  • Switch between different cameras, for example to zoom in on an object using a telephoto lens for close-ups during video recording. Or ultra wide angle for a long shot.

One shot photo

  • Beginner mode that automatically detects when a photo is good or needs improvement.
  • Take photos and short videos by holding down the shutter button.
  • Suggestions for different angles, smiles and the like.

By video

  • Video with manual controls for ISO, exposure, color reproduction, shutter speed.

Bokeh effects

  • New live background effects: artistic, monochrome, sidelight and vintage.