Samsung camera is updated with a Moon Mode

The Samsung Camera app is a very complete app, which helps you get great pictures to users with branded phones. Although this app has fewer features than Google's camera, such as Astrophoto Mode, one of the star features in this app.

With hardly any noise, Samsung has introduced a new feature in its camera app, called Moon Mode, basically a Moon Mode. This mode has been seen on brand phones that use One UI 2.5 and One UI 3, the two most recent versions of its interface, which some mobile phones in Spain already use.

That's Samsung Camera Moon Mode

This new Moon Mode has been in the Samsung camera app for some time now, probably since the arrival of One UI 2.5, although so far the manufacturer has not said anything about this feature. This is not as spectacular a feature as Astrophoto Mode on Google's camera. In fact, it's not a special way for us to activate.

Moon Mode is integrated into the app's scene optimizer, so it will only be displayed when you're aiming at the moon with your phone's camera. When pointing the camera at the moon, a small on-screen warning should be displayed informing you that it detects that it is the moon and that the scene optimizer is responsible for adapting the camera to get the best possible photo.

This is not a spectacular feature, although many speculate on the possibility that Samsung is working on a major improvement in its camera application. Since it could be a step before the introduction of your own Astrophoto Mode in your application. Although at the moment there is no data or evidence to point to it.

If you have a Samsung mobile with One UI 2.5 or One UI 3, then you probably already have this Moon Mode in the camera app. To check, you'll have to try to take a photo of the moon and see if it's on the screen or not.

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