Most Android phones can watermark camera-taken photos. Therefore; Samsung introduced this feature a few years ago for inexpensive and mid-range handsets; but not premium Galaxy phones. Samsung’s One UI 5.0 update changes that.
Samsung has had the option to watermark photographs for a long time; but, on its flagship phones; it could only be done after a shot was taken. One UI 5.0 adds a watermark to every captured photo when it’s stored to the device gallery.
Moreover, This is one of the few times a feature from Samsung’s inexpensive devices makes it to the company’s high-end phones.
Samsung’s One UI 5‘s camera watermark is adjustable. However, You may pick whether each photo you shoot contains text; the date and time; or both; and you can modify the watermark’s position. You can also choose text fonts.
In addition, We assume this watermark option in the camera app will be standard on all One UI 5.0 devices; including the new Galaxy Z Fold 4 or last year’s Galaxy S21. Budget and mid-range Galaxy phones that already have the watermark feature will likely get the new customisation options. We’ll know once One UI 5.0 rolls out to supported Galaxy devices.
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Samsung’s One UI 5 camera watermark
Samsung’s long-awaited Camera Watermark function is appearing in One UI 5. One UI 5 for Galaxy S22 series brings the same as mid-range Galaxy phones. Samsung’s Camera chief verified the capability via Community Forums in response to a user’s request.
Is there a way to display the recording time on a smartphone photo or video? “Hello?” asked the Camera Operator. OneUI 5.0 will feature this capability.
Samsung upgrades software constantly.
As the leading Android phone producer; Samsung must keep its phones updated with the latest software. Samsung sells so many phones each year that it can be difficult to update them consistently; no matter how many resources or personnel are assigned.
Samsung’s update game is unmatched; except by Apple. Many Galaxy devices are eligible for up to four major OS upgrades; and the firm constantly issues security updates.
Samsung has previously introduced One UI 4.1.1; which debuted on the Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Galaxy Z Flip 4 a few weeks ago; to current devices like the Galaxy S22 or Galaxy Tab S8. Samsung also runs the One UI 5.0 (based on Android 13) beta programme; indicating it never stops updating software.
Samsung’s software updates improve each year.
Samsung’s customers are beta testing the newest version of Android and One UI in September. Furthermore; Samsung releases key OS improvements faster each year; which amazes us. The final version of Samsung’s One UI 5 for the Galaxy S22 series is expected in October; two months before the end of the year.