Yesterday TalkAndroid published a few camera shootout results evaluating the Samsung Galaxy S6 and the LG G4. While each cameras may be able to produce very good photographs which might be just about indistinguishable, some of the takeaways used to be that the LG G4 had extra options and flexibility to be had to customers prepared to dig into the camera settings. This is as a result of LG made up our minds to allow extra options that Google makes to be had in Lollipop like beef up for Raw photographs and particular camera settings like ISO or shutter velocity. Sources say Samsung could also be working to slender the distance through including new options to their camera app as a part of an update to Lollipop 5.1.1.
The update seems to be one thing Samsung is scrambling to incorporate on the remaining minute, in all probability in accordance with the options LG is turning in on the G4. T-Mobile just lately driven out an unfinished model of Lollipop 5.1.1 to house owners of the Galaxy units on their community and others have early variations of the 5.1.1 ROM for checking out and assessment and the brand new camera app options don't seem to be found in any of those variations.
Sources have now not supplied any main points on precisely what options or updates Samsung plans so as to add within the ultimate Lollipop 5.1.1 update, however a few be expecting the corporate to head in advance and allow the whole Google camera API. Sources additionally point out the brand new options will have to be introduced on units codenamed Samsung Zen and Samsung Noble, the latter of that is suspected to be the Galaxy Note 5.
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