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The Galaxy Enhance-X software, which was first introduced on the Galaxy S22 series last year and the Galaxy S23 series in 2023, is now accessible for a number of other Galaxy premium devices, according to Samsung. Samsung stated that their potent AI picture editor tool had exited beta along with the announcement.
The Galaxy Enhance-X app was formally introduced on June 20 and is compatible with a variety of high-end Galaxy smartphones, including the Galaxy S23 series, S22 series, S21 series, Note20 series, Z Fold4, Z Flip4, Z Flip3, Z Fold2, Z Flip 5G, and Z Flip LTE devices running One UI 5.1 or later.
Samsung also said that support for Galaxy Enhance-X will eventually be made accessible on the Galaxy A series, Galaxy M series, and Galaxy tablets in addition to these high-end smartphones. The manufacturer made no mention of whether non-premium phone owners will also get access to all the capabilities that Galaxy premium users enjoy.
It’s important to note that Samsung’s Galaxy Enhance-X app makes the claim that it would automatically remove visual noise, blur, and low details to enhance the image quality. The fact that you can complete all of this with a single tap makes the software incredibly simple to use.
That’s not to argue that the AI picture editor app lacks a variety of capabilities that let users tweak their images. You can utilize various HDR intensity settings, use the Upscale tool to increase the resolution of photographs under 1MP by up to four times, and eliminate shadows from specific sections of a picture if you’d like.
Numerous additional options, such as Brighten, Fix Blur, Sharpen, Remove Reflection, and Fix Lens Distortion, are included in the Galaxy Enhance-X editing capabilities. The Galaxy Store offers a free download of the application.