The photo editing app Enhance-X is now also available for the following Samsung smartphones: Galaxy S23 Ultra, Galaxy S23+, and Galaxy S23 (this emerges from a blog post sammobile.com out).
Enhance-X comes up with some special functions, lined with artificial intelligence, which attracts the inclined hobby photographer.
What features make Enhance-X special?
In addition to the expected functions of a photo editing software – such as adjustable brightness, sharpness and dynamic ranges – Enhance-X is also equipped with some functions that give the app a unique selling point – which would be:
- Make blurred objects more visible – or alternatively: define different degrees of (un)sharpness for image backgrounds
- remove shadow: Unwanted shadows are removed with short finger taps
- Upscale images: Then useful in the application when images are too low resolution
- Reduce Moire: The moiré effect is an unloved effect from photography, print and film & TV that looks like a wavy pattern – and is less beautiful to look at.
- Edit any images: It doesn’t matter whether your photos were taken with the Samsung handset – or with a smartphone from another manufacturer: you can edit your photos with the app (i.e. regardless of which smartphone the pictures were taken with)
- Design portraits according to your own taste: You can adjust the faces in your pictures in terms of: skin smoothing, color tone, chin line and eye size
By the way: If you want to find out whether the Galaxy S23 and Galaxy S23+ were able to pass the practical test by our author Dennis Ziesecke, read his recommended test report.
Availability: The app can be obtained via the Samsung Galaxy store; the app takes up around 84 MB of storage space.
One caveat is: the app is only available for Samsung handsets. Loud blog posting the app will soon also be available for the smartphones of the Galaxy S22 product line.
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