Galaxy Note 10 camera app gets an update via Galaxy Store
The Camera app on the Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ received an update today via the Galaxy Store. Updates to the camera on Galaxy devices usually come as part of general software updates, so seeing the Note 10/10+’ Camera app get updated separately took us by surprise. However, it’s not something exclusive to Samsung’s latest flagships – the Camera app can be updated through the Galaxy Store on all Galaxy devices, only that’s not a route the company often takes to release newer versions to users.
No discernible changes are included in the update
Unfortunately, Samsung isn’t saying what the updated app brings to the table. It’s likely just under the hood changes considering the small bump in version number (from 9.5.00.56 to 9.5.00.58), although it’s possible those changes will prepare the device for new camera features Samsung may be planning on bringing to the Note 10 and Note 10+. Or, well, it’s just a minor update that has no bearing on anything but general stability of the devices’ camera(s). We couldn’t notice any difference in photo quality or the functionality and options available in the app, but we’ll have to dig in further to be completely sure.
To update the Camera app on your Galaxy Note 10 or Note 10+, open the camera app, then hit the gear icon on the top left to go into camera settings. Scroll all the way to the bottom and tap About Camera, then hit the Update button. You will be taken to the Galaxy Store listing for the app – hit the Update button here to download and install the new version. The update may not be available for all users right away, and if that’s the case for you, simply check again a little later.
See anything new or different on your Galaxy Note 10/10+’s camera after installing the update? Let us know down in the comments!