New Samsung Galaxy A50s update brings Single Take, Night Hyperlapse and My Filters

The Samsung Galaxy A50s, which launched in mid-2019 with Android 9, received the Android 10 update with One UI 2.0 a year ago then One UI 2.5 in November. Now there’s a new important update – this one focused on the camera. It’s currently rolling out in India and weighs a little over 200MB.




Samsung Galaxy A50s is a new firmware version (A507FNXXU5CUB3)

There are three major improvements: 1) Single Take, 2) Night Hyperlapse and 3) My Filter. Single Take automatically captures multiple photos (wide, cropped, portrait, etc.) and even videos with a single tap of the shutter button. Here’s a demo for those who haven’t used it before:

Night Hyperlapse does what it says on the tin – it records time lapse videos and uses long exposure times to capture light streaks in the dark. My Filter allows you to pick images and use the color data in them to automatically create a filter that mimics that look.


Creating and using a new My Filter
Creating and using a new My Filter
Creating and using a new My Filter
Creating and using a new My Filter

Creating and using a new My Filter

The new camera features are all that is in this update. The security patch is coming up as January on some phones, which is strange since the Android 10 update came with the February patch.

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