Samsung is working on making the Camera Assistant app available for more devices, according to a post made by a moderator on the company’s community forum for South Korea. The brand will try to make Camera Assistant available for as many devices as possible and also drop an announcement soon about the expansion schedule.
Launched in October this year, Camera Assistant is a module for the company’s Good Lock app. It allows you to customize the behavior or settings of the camera at a deeper level than what you can do with the stock camera app. In other words, it gives you finer control over the camera’s settings compared to the stock camera app, with some settings even making a comeback after having disappeared from Samsung smartphones in the last few years.
However, the Camera Assistant app has been available only for the Galaxy S22 series since its launch, and many users have been requesting Samsung to make it available for their devices. While the brand seems to have taken the feedback, we still don’t have a list of devices for which the app will be available or its concrete launch timeline.
Last month, the company updated Camera Assistant with the ability for the app’s icon to adapt to the color of the phone’s wallpaper, which is enabled by Android 13’s dynamic icon feature. Recently, Samsung also released the updated Expert RAW app, which allows users to capture bright photos of stars, constellations, and dark sky.