When the Galaxy S10’s camera is launched, users will find the new Instagram mode alongside other options such as panoramic mode and slo-mo. After snapping a photo, customers will be able to edit and customize the image with the social network’s various text and sticker options and then upload it directly to Instagram Stories.
There’s no word yet on if Samsung will bring this feature to older Galaxy handsets.
Samsung also announced that it is working with Adobr to bring an optimized version of Primiere Rush to the flagship lineup. In case you didn’t know, Primiere Rush is a mobile version of the company’s popular video editing software that’s made for mobile devices. The app is specifically aimed at creators who want a full suite of editing tools on their phones and tablets.
For now, Adobr Primiere Rush is only available on iOS. Samsung stated that the app should be coming to the Galaxy S10 later this year. Let’s hope that it isn’t launched as a Galaxy exclusive like Fortnite was.
Learn more about the entire Samsung Galaxy S10 lineup here.
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