Like Apple and Google, Samsung recently partnered with Snapchat, Tiktok and Snap’s Instagram to help optimize their photo experience. Finally, Android users will get a taste of crystal clear iPhone images and videos. This means that users will be able to feature the default camera features in some social media apps and also maintain image and video quality.
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This has really been a pain point for Android Snapchat users as the quality has improved dramatically on Snapchat with the new Galaxy phones. Many Snapchat users use their Snapchat app as their primary camera, so companies like Samsung having a strong partnership with Snap makes perfect sense to me if that’s the audience Samsung is targeting.
During its presentation for the Galaxy s22 last week, Samsung showcased the phone’s camera in a more user-friendly way, featuring a group of friends at a carnival having fun. The company called the camera “super important for your social life and social media” and put its partnership with Google’s Snap and YouTube at the forefront of its presentation.
“All [the] The technology is built into your favorite social app’s internal camera so you can capture great videos straight from Instagram, Snapchat and Tiktok,” the presenter said. Samsung has been very intentional in the way it has presented its cameras as it targets an average consumer.
The reality is that most of the features of the Pro and RAW camera won’t be used by 85% of the population and they exist for the rare power user who wants to get the absolute best pictures from their phone. Most users take photos in automatic mode and use the default camera app. There is no doubt that cameras are very important because of social media, which has made people have better cameras to give a better version of their lives.
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