Samsung's Galaxy Enhance-X AI image editor comes to S23 series
Samsung has finally released the Galaxy Enhance-X photo editing app to the Galaxy S23 series. The app has been up and running on the Galaxy S22 trio since last summer though in an older version - 1.0.35. This new version is 1.0.55 and is still in beta, it leverages the more powerful GPU in the Galaxy S23 series.
The app is a "photo upscaled and magic editor" that uses AI to add HDR to images, brighten them, fix blur, sharpen, fix moire, remove reflections or shadows, fix lens distortion, and create a portrait mode shot from a regular one. There are face-retouching features as well.
There's also a magic button that enhances an image the way the app deems reasonable.
The new app is available for the Galaxy S23 series from today - it's an 85 MB download in the Galaxy store. It will eventually come to specific Galaxy A series models, and the Galaxy S22 series will be updated to it.
We tried it out and it does a good job, though it's very subtle. However, for the life of us, we couldn't find a way to upscale a 1600x720px image to a larger size.
Here's a link to the app.
- 25 Apr 2023
GSMarena need to review this! before and after for Enhance-X!
- 25 Apr 2023
Ah someone copy huawei. Now its Huawei turn to ask for royalties.
- 24 Apr 2023
Pretty neat. I would prefer a camera update for more natural colours first, but this works well.