We touched on how good Samsung’s latest camera goods are in our Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge review, but the company apparently feels they could do more. SamMobile has it on good authority that Samsung is prepping a swaft of new camera features that will come as part of the widespread Android 5.1.1 update that accidentally reached some T-Mobile handsets.
While we’re not exactly sure what to expect from the update at this moment, it’s not at all out of the ordinary to suggest Samsung will look to introduce advanced options such as the ability to shoot photos in RAW, adjust shutter speed and other changes that are possible thanks to the latest camera APIs by Google.
We’ve seen those types of features in the HTC One M9 (after an update) and will be part of the LG G4 at launch, so Samsung surely won’t allow their flagship phones to be left out of the fun. There could be more on tap, such as new shooting modes and plugins, but we’ll have to wait until the upgrade is ready before we figure out what, exactly, the company has in store.
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