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One UI 5.0: Camera Pictures Watermark Feature

With the One UI 5.0, Samsung adds significant changes with the One UI custom skin. Android 13-based One UI 5.0 brings new changes to the native camera application, which includes a new Pictures watermark and Pro mode tools.

One UI 5.0 Camera Pictures Watermark:

New pictures watermark on the stock camera application, which helps you to apply custom watermarks on the image captured by your Galaxy phone. This feature comes for the first time in Samsung phones. Read more One UI 5: How To Customize Material You Theme On Samsung Phone

You can directly apply custom watermarks on your pictures through Samsung’s One UI 5.0 native Camera app. Firstly, go to the Samsung Camera app, then click on Settings, where you will get the Watermark toggle. Once hit on the Watermark toggle, the Camera app will apply a pre-created watermark on your pictures. Read more Samsung Galaxy Tab Active 4 Pro Bags NFC Certification

With the One UI 5.0, you can customize the watermark in various aspects with some options, which include Model Number, Date and time, and style.

Model Name:

With the Watermark feature, you can customize the Model Mane by clicking the Edit icon; also, you can put any text to show as the watermark on your photos. The Model Name text has slightly bold fonts compared to the date and time fonts.

Date and time:

This and the time feature of the watermark can not be customized as the model name. But you can enable/disable the toggle to show/hide the date and time. Read more Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 Bugs & Issues Report

Watermark Style Section:

There are two customization options in the Watermark Style section, including Font and Alignment. In Font, the watermark uses Roboto font by default; however, you can change it with Samsung Sharp Sans or Noto Serif.

In Alignment, you can decide where the watermark will be available on the images, including the Left, Middle, or Right side.

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