The Camera Assistant application is a module for the tech giant’s Good Lock app and was launched in October, reports SamMobile.
The Camera Assistant is a module for Samsung’s Good Lock app launched in October this year. The module lets users customize the camera’s behavior or settings at a deeper level than what is done in the stock camera app.
The report also mentions that some of the settings are likely to make a comeback which disappeared from Samsung smartphones earlier.
When the application was launched, it was only available for the Galaxy S22 series and since then many users have been requesting the company to make it available for other Samsung devices.
It is still unclear on which devices the application will roll out and when as the company is yet to roll out the list of devices which will have the Camera Assistant app.
Last month, Samsung rolled out a handful of updates and additions to its Good Lock platform. The company announced a Good Lock module – called the Galaxy to Share – that lets users share their settings across samsung galaxy devices.
According to a previous report by Sammobile, the ‘Galaxy to Share’ feature comes with an update that has firmware version 184.108.40.206. It is to be noted that the ‘Galaxy to Share’ feature is not available in all regions.
The supported modules and standalone Good Lock apps include Keys CafeTheme Park, LockStarNavStar, MultiStarQuickStar, ClockFace, Home Up, One Hand Operation+, and Sound Assistant.
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