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Samsung Galaxy S21 Series 5G Single Take is now more fun to use!

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Alongside One UI 3.1 is the new Single Take feature has been updated and improved to be even more fun to use.
Samsung Galaxy S21 Series 5G Single Take is now more fun to use!
Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra 5G rear camera module

Why is Single Take so useful?

Back in 2020, Samsung introduced the Single Take feature on the Galaxy S20 Series. The Single Take feature is on the Samsung Camera app and all the user has to do is to swipe to the Single Take mode.

Compose and frame the selected subject to their liking and then press-and-hold on the shutter button for up to 15 seconds. In those 15 seconds, users can move around while pointing the cameras of the smartphone in any direction they chose. Samsung's AI will then work with the multiple cameras and Samsung's onboard editing software to pick the top photos and short videos and present them to the user. The content created is a mix of photos and short videos with various filters and animations.

Now in 2021, Samsung has introduced the new Single Take 2.0 alongside the Galaxy S21 series and One UI 3.1. The new upgrade allows Single Take 2.0 to take up to 14 different individual compositions of photos, short videos, best shot, black-and-white photo, photo with filters, boomerang-style video, slow-motion video, photos, and videos shot with different speeds and filters.

This means that when a user is in a situation where they must record or capture a moment but are not sure how to capture that moment effectively, then all they have to do is use Single Take. This makes this feature invaluable for split-second moments that cannot be replicated. Users don't have to worry about how to capture the image and instead focus on pointing the camera in the direction they so choose.

Single Take effectively removes the stress from the recording process and makes it more fun by just letting the user focus on moving and pointing the cameras at the chosen subject and letting the Single Take and the AI do the work.


Above is a screen recording of us using Single Take. Our friend has his own drum set at home and we wanted to record his once-in-a-lifetime performance but we didn't want to miss a moment of it so we picked Single Take.
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We got Photos from the different cameras of the Galaxy S21 Ultra 5G along with several short videos that are a mix of stills, filtered photos, animated short videos, and more.
Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra 5G

Aside from not worrying about being able to capture the moment in the best way, Single Take allows users to pick between several choices that they think and feel are best.

AND, with the 5G connectivity of the Galaxy S21 series 5G, users can quickly edit the content they wish to post and upload them to the platform of their choosing as fast as possible.

This could make capturing moments even more fun than ever.

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