Samsung launched the AI-focused Galaxy S24 series yesterday and a lot of the presentation was taken up by camera features. Many of those features are now available directly through social networking apps – this means you don’t have to snap a photo with the Samsung camera app then switch over to Instagram and dig it out of the gallery, you can just use Instagram’s camera.
This works with not just Instagram, Samsung worked with WhatsApp, TikTok and Snapchat to enable the advanced image processing of the S24 series. This continues work that started back with the S22 series when computational photography was enabled in social networking apps.
The new Super HDR brings additional details in the highlights and shadows and (thanks to the fast new chipsets) offers accurate preview before you even press the shutter key.
The Galaxy S24 series is the first to have HDR-enabled photos on Instagram. Nightography and the improved Electronic Image Stabilization are also available to third-party apps.
For Instagram specifically, you will be able to create Stories from your motion photos. However, some specific AI-powered tools will remain available only through the native camera app (Generative Edit, Instant Slow-mo and Edit Suggestion).
You can check out some early camera samples from the Galaxy S24 Ultra and read out hands-on review with the new flagship trio for more details. We also have a table with the camera specifications of the S24 Ultra if you were curious about sensor sizes, focal lengths and so on.
news, #Galaxy #S24 #series #enables #Super #HDR #Instagram #Snapchat #TikTok #WhatsApp