The Samsung Galaxy A50s, which launched in mid-2019 with Android 9, received the Android 10 update with One UI 2.0 a year within the past then One UI 2.5 in November. Now there’s a brand fresh principal update – this one centered on the camera. It’s at fresh rolling out in India and weighs barely over 200MB.
There are three principal enhancements: 1) Single Take, 2) Night Hyperlapse and 3) My Filter. Single Take mechanically captures loads of photos (extensive, cropped, portrait, and many others.) and even movies with a single faucet of the shutter button. Here’s a demo for people that haven’t dilapidated it sooner than:
Night Hyperlapse does what it says on the tin – it data time lapse movies and uses long exposure times to grab mild streaks at hour of darkness. My Filter enables you to catch photos and spend the shade data in them to mechanically maintain a filter that mimics that peek.
The fresh camera ingredients are all that’s in this update. The protection patch is rising as January on some phones, which is odd since the Android 10 update got here with the February patch.