Galaxy S21 Series gets new update, can take portrait with rear lens

The Galaxy S21 Series, officially announced in January 2021, is considered to be one of the few smartphones that comes with a camera capable of working well. However, Samsung is still improving the camera capabilities of the Galaxy S21 Series, as well as adding new features to them through the release of its software update.

In fact, through SamMobile, Samsung has recently released a new software update for the Galaxy S21 Series for users to download and install. The new update is codenamed G99xxXXU2AUC8 and has a size of about 1GB. For this new update, it will help the Galaxy S21 Series camera to be able to work better. In addition, it also allows all Galaxy S21 Series owners to take portraits using the rear binoculars. Previously, Samsung required all Galaxy S21 Series owners to use a telephoto or Ultrawide lens to take portraits.

With the same update, Samsung also comes with a security update for April, which will fix bugs as well as strengthen the security of the Galaxy S21 Series even more. It should be noted that to find out if your Galaxy S21 Series has received this new update or not! You can check in Settings, then search for Software Update, it will tell you whether your Galaxy S21 Series has received this new update or not.

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