Samsung Introduces New features to the Galaxy S10

The Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10 + have instruments to assist users be more creative and productive. Now, with the latest software update, Samsung introduced new features to the Galaxy S10 and S10 +, such as AR Doodle, an integrated video editor and Link to Windows applications.

The update extends the camera’s night mode to include front-facing camera and improved stability of video quality.The update will also provide the S10 and S10+ with Dynamic Galaxy Note 10 features such as AR Doodle and live video focus recording. The former allows users to improve their videos with real-life sketches and messages, while the latter allows bokeh impacts to be applied which includes blur, focus, color point and glitch etc) to videos with front or rear camera.

Once a video is captured by Galaxy S10 users, the new editor of the camera in the gallery app provides all the instruments they need to transform it into a shareable video. The editor will make editing videos simpler because it has easy instruments to trim clips, stitch them together, adjust the pace of playback, and more. You can even use the feature to add subtitles and background music to your videos.

Samsung DeX support for PC is also included in the recent update. Once the user download the app from SamsungDeX.com, merely connecting their Galaxy S10 to any desktop using a USB cable will allow them to launch it on their PC or Mac.

Link to Windows assistance has also been added, meaning that Galaxy S10 users can connect their mobile to their Windows 10 PC wireless and readily view their co-operation.

Now, the configuration of Samsung Pass has been streamlined, making it easy for Galaxy S10 consumers to access applications and websites rapidly and safely using the advanced bio metric techniques of their device. In the messages App, new icons to add pictures and videos.

 

 

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