Galaxy Enhance-X: Even older Galaxy A series phones get Samsung’s AI photo editor
Even older, non-premium ones Samsung phones, can now use the popular app Galaxy Enhance-X!
An image editing application that relies on artificial intelligence to deliver excellent photo retouching results can now be used on Galaxy A53 i Galaxy A34 phones, reports SamMobile. Of course, it is necessary that the phones already have the recently released one installed Android 14 i One UI 6.
A few weeks ago, it was Samsung announced that the Galaxy Enhance-X arrive on some Galaxy A series devices with One UI 6, with the Galaxy A54 being the first to receive support. This option is also very welcome for the mentioned models.
The Galaxy A34 (which is getting access to Android 14 in some markets) is also listed as a supported device, so users can now download the AI photo editing app from the Galaxy Store.
The report states that even the Galaxy A53 can download and use Galaxy Enhance-X, although Samsung has not officially said that the 2022 Galaxy A series phones will be supported.
All this leads us to the logical assumption that the Galaxy A33 will also support Galaxy Enhance-X once it gets One UI 6, although this is currently unconfirmed as it is still running on Android 13/One UI 5. All in all, Samsung might enable the Galaxy Enhance-X and other A-series phones, but users can also check it in the Galaxy Store after their Galaxy A-series device gets Android 14.
What is Galaxy Enhance-X?
As described by the Samsung team, Galaxy Enhance-X uses artificial intelligence and provides “complete image enhancement with one touch”, as well as the ability to customize certain features, including HDR.
There are a wide range of tools available for adjusting photos. For example, HDR analyzes highlights, shadows, brightness and contrast, expanding the dynamic range of the image and making the lighting richer without losing quality. Like many other features of Galaxy Enhance-X, it offers different intensity levels – from 0 to 4 in the case of HDR.
In addition, the images we receive through social networks or other messaging applications often arrive compressed. For portraits, the Upscale tool upscales sub-1MP images up to four times, maintaining consistent, sharp detail.
If you’re impatient, pop over to a Samsung store on this link and install the application immediately.