How to improve the quality of any photo? Samsung can do it in a matter of seconds

Eli Wallace

How to improve the quality of any photo? Samsung can
  • Cameras are one of the most important parts of phones
  • We use them on a daily basis and, of course, we demand some quality from them
  • Today, we’re going to give you an easy tip on how to improve quality when degrading it for sharing

Phone cameras have come a long way in the last decade. The first attempts were still more or less unusable, but today phones can produce images or videos that are not inferior in quality to traditional cameras. But what if the quality of the photo doesn’t meet your needs?

Degrading photo quality in messengers

The most popular means of sharing photos, for example with friends or family, are various chat applications, such as WhatsApp or Facebook Messenger. But these often degrades the original quality of the photos significantly.

This means that even if you record a really good image full of details, it is very likely that the recipient will get a photo with a lower portion of detail and visibly worse quality. Fortunately, there is an easy trick to improve the quality of these images.

If you have a Samsung, improving the quality is easy

This tip only applies to owners of Samsung phones and is very easy to implement. First, find the photo in question with a lower quality in the gallery, then click on the three dots and select Enhance image quality.

After a while, your phone will show you two versions of the image, before and after editing. Through the slider, you can view the result and compare the difference, and in most cases you will really see an improvement in quality, especially the smoothing of pixelated parts.

About the author
Eli Wallace is a seasoned tech writer and gaming enthusiast. With a background in computer engineering, he offers insightful, informed commentary on hardware innovations, cutting-edge technology trends, and the latest in video game news and developments.
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