Last update: January 21, 2022 at 09:48 UTC+01:00

Samsung released the Expert RAW camera app for the Galaxy S21 Ultra two months ago. The application had some problems, and the South Korean firm had corrected some of them with a new version. A few days ago, the company announced that it would release a new version of the app to fix remaining bugs and improve performance.

A new version of the Expert RAW camera application (1.0.00.21) has been published by tipster IceUniverse (@UniverseIce). You can download the app from the mentioned link towards the end of the article and install it on your Galaxy S21 Ultra. We haven’t tested the app yet, but if Samsung stayed true to its promise, the new version of the app should fix issues with bad pixels when using telephoto lenses.

The company may also have addressed issues with image quality in very bright or saturated scenes. The bug related to shutter speed information when capturing long exposure images may have been resolved. The previous version of the Expert RAW camera app did not work well with voice commands, and Samsung could have fixed that too.

Since many users are asking for it, Samsung said it will make the app compatible with more high-end smartphones in the future, but there is no specific timeline for that.

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