It is reported today that the South Korean smartphone giant, Samsung, has released the Korean version of June’s camera software update for the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra. According to a source familiar with the situation, the update has greatly optimized the camera to ensure users’ experience.
Over the years, the mobile industry has constantly released monthly updates for their smartphones patch with the latest technologies to ensure users’ experience.
However, as we discovered in a tweet from the popular reliable leaker, the June camera software update for the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra comes with the latest firmware AVF1 of 1.7GB. This update carries a huge data of 1.7GB which might be difficult for some users. Thus, a Wifi connection is advisable.
The June camera updates come with fascinating features and device imagery improvements. This includes natural sharpness and increased contrast expression when taking pictures, optimization of memory for video recording and camera performance, as well as and improved portrait mode performance.
For decades now, Samsung has been known for its smartphone camera heroes. In maintaining this, the AWB algorithm has been modified to portray the original white hue better while photographing a puppy on the S22 Ultra. At the same time, the phenomena of one-time pausing during single-take shooting was confirmed and corrected.
Meanwhile, the mobile had earlier released the June 2022 security update to the Snapdragon version of all Galaxy S22 series in Europe. The update fixes dozens of known privacy and security vulnerabilities and improves performance, stability, and general bug fixes.
With this update, the South Korean smartphone giant has continued to make itself relevant in the mobile industry with the continual release of impressive smartphones to ensure users’ convenience and stand out among its competitors.
To enjoy this new exciting feature as a Galaxy S22 user, you can now check for the latest software update by heading over to Settings » Software update and tapping on Download and install. Stay connected with TechGenyz for more latest tech news.