Samsung took off new software updates for the Galaxy Note 9 and the Galaxy S9 duo before the end of last month, which brought the June security fix and some camera improvements also. While the changelog referenced the arrival of Night Mode on the Galaxy Note 9 and background blur adjustment highlight for the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+, there was no notice of Live Focus.It gives the idea that the ongoing updates likewise presented the Galaxy S10’s Live Focus highlight to the Galaxy Note 9 just as the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+.
The Live Focus highlight, which enables users to adjust the blur impact while capturing a photo, has so far been restricted to the Galaxy S10 series. Yet, according to a report by SamMobile, the ongoing Galaxy Note 9 update that was discharged a month ago has likewise brought the Live Focus highlight to the Note flagship. Similarly, the most recent Galaxy S9 update, which brought the June security patch, has likewise discreetly added Live Focus feature to the phone’s camera app.
We have likewise gone over a post on Twitter, joined by screenshots, which affirms that the Galaxy S9+ additionally got the update with the June security patch a month ago. This demonstrates that the Live Focus feature has most presumably made its way to the Galaxy S9+ also. Yet it appears that Live Focus’ implementation on the Galaxy S9 duo and the Galaxy Note 9 is a crazy one.
Not at all like the Galaxy S10 series phones, Live Focus on the Galaxy S9 pair and the Galaxy Note 9 just enable users to adjust the blur intensity after a photo has been clicked, and not while catching it. One needs to locate the Live Focus photos in the gallery and afterward tap on the “Change background effect” choices to adjust the blur intensity.Be that as it may, fortunately, Galaxy S9 and Galaxy Note 9 users still have approach to four bokeh options – Blur, Spin, Zoom, and Color Point – to add some artistic blur impact to their photos.