Camera watermark feature comes to Samsung phones in One UI 5.0

As it seems, in the One UI 5.0 user interface update, the watermark feature is going to be added to the camera application of Samsung phones.

BingMag.com Camera watermark feature comes to Samsung phones in One UI 5.0

As it seems, in the One UI 5.0 user interface update, the watermark feature is going to be added to the camera application of Samsung phones.

Currently, when you take a photo with many Android phones, you will see that the watermark is also added to the corner of the image. Samsung also added this feature to its budget and mid-range phones a few years ago, but we have never seen it available for the company's flagship phones. But as it seems, this is going to happen with the One UI 5.0 interface.

Of course, we should mention that Samsung added the ability to add watermarks to images several years ago. but in flagship phones, it can only be done through the photo editor application, and that too after recording an image. In the new user interface, however, the watermark is automatically placed on each image immediately after recording.

Although adding a watermark is not a feature that will transform the user experience, it is one of the few features. It seems that it is going to make its way from budget and mid-range phones to flagship phones. An event that we usually never see happening.

BingMag.com Camera watermark feature comes to Samsung phones in One UI 5.0

Of course, this new feature in One UI 5.0 is completely possible. It will be personalized. This means you can choose whether you want the watermark to be displayed in the first place. If yes, you can even customize the text and its placement. The more interesting point here is that you can even choose the type of watermark text from the list provided by Samsung.

As it seems, all Samsung phones that are eligible to receive One UI 5.0. will receive this new feature. Budget and mid-range phones, which already have the aforementioned feature, will receive the new personalization features. Of course, the release of this feature for all Samsung phones is currently just a rumor and we have to wait to see what news the company publishes about this issue.

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