Samsung Galaxy Note 5 Software
The Samsung Galaxy Note 5's exact software isn't confirmed but it's likely going to be the latest version of Android Lollipop (Android 5.1.1?) or Android M, Google's new operating system that's set for debut later this month at Google I/O.
We're excited about that but we're also excited to hear rumors about some of the software upgrades coming to the Galaxy Note 5.
Samsung is reportedly working on new camera features in its upcoming Android 5.1.1 update. The features are unclear though rumors suggest they might have something to do with Google’s camera API.
If Google adds the full API, we could see some changes to the camera including RAW and better control over the shutter speed. With the iPhone 6s camera rumored to be coming with some massive changes, there’s little chance of Samsung sitting on its sensor and software from last year.
Pierce's comments make it clear that the camera will be a focus of any and all of Samsung's flagship phones which means that these software changes should only be the tip of the iceberg. We're excited, you should be as well.
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