Samsung’s $2000 foldable phone is getting a software update which brings a bunch of camera improvements to the phone. According to Sammobile, the update is now rolling out to Galaxy Fold devices in France and the UAE. A wider rollout is also expected soon.
The Galaxy Fold has a total of six cameras on it. While the phone’s camera configuration and app are pretty much in-line with the Galaxy Note 10, it was lacking all the new camera features you get with the latter. The latest update fixes all that.
Software version F900FXXU1ASJ4 reportedly adds a Night mode for selfies, Live Focus mode for videos, AR doodle, and Super Steady recording in Hyperlapse mode on the Galaxy Fold.
The foldable phone is also apparently gaining a new video editor that allows users to stitch together multiple videos and add captions to them.
Previously, Samsung made all of Note 10’s camera features available on the Galaxy S10 series. It only makes sense that the company’s most expensive phone gets them too.
Besides camera improvements, the Galaxy Fold update also brings general bug fixes and performance improvements to the device.
Galaxy Fold users in France and the UAE can download the new software update by going to Settings > Software Update > Download and install.
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