Samsung silently launched a new app that no one noticed

Samsung is planning to release the One UI 5.0 public beta program for its flagship Galaxy S22 series this month, and obviously, it will be based on Google’s Android 13 OS. 

Recently, the South Korean manufacturer has released a new app for its devices, but Samsung has made no official announcement about it. This fact is quite unusual, given that the manufacturer usually wants to illustrate and describe in detail the new products he presents for his smartphones.

Samsung Galaxy Enhance-X App

The app in question is called the Galaxy Enhance-X and consists of an app that aims to enhance shots taken with compatible Samsung smartphones. The app relies on the support of artificial intelligence to work; you can get an example of its potential through gallery images.

We expect the new Galaxy Enhance-X app to be aimed at anyone who owns a high-end Galaxy smartphone; it is unclear if only those who have a Samsung flagship or even those who own a Galaxy A series device will be able to use it.

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The new Galaxy Enhance-X is already available on Samsung’s Galaxy Store; find the button to download and install it right below. The store page shows that it is compatible with devices updated to at least Android 10.

To understand its compatibility with the various Samsung models, you have to download it and try it on your device. Let us know how it works through the comment box below.


The Galaxy Enhance-X app is a one stop AI solution for all media enhancements. With a single tap, your image is analyzed for imperfections, enhanced and refined to a higher quality.

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AI based techniques can be invoked by a user to both repair and enhance the images stored in the gallery. One can remove unwanted Blur, Reflections and at the same time also Sharpen and Upscale Resolution, Improve Dynamic Range and brighten photos captured in low lighting conditions.

Both the Original Photo and the Enhanced photo is saved in the gallery in JPEG format.

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