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Samsung Expert RAW New Update Support Galaxy S20 Ultra, N20 Ultra, And Z Fold2 [V2.0.04.1]

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In 2021, Samsung developed an interesting camera application called Expert RAW for Galaxy devices. This application comes with the Pro mode functions for every camera sensor, such as wide-angle, ultra-wide-angle, and telephoto. 

Beginning of the month, Samsung Expert RAW received a new update with version 2.0.03.1, which enhances image quality and fixes some issues. However, the update is only compatible with Galaxy devices with Android 13-based One UI 5.0 upgraded. This update is rolling out slowly, so it may take some time to reach suitable Galaxy devices.

Recently, Samsung has rolled out the Android 13-based One UI 5.0 update for the Galaxy S20 series and Galaxy Note 20 series. Meanwhile, the South Korean tech giant has started sending a new software update for the Expert RAW application. This update comes with some improvements and changes.

According to the information, this update is supported for the Galaxy S20 Ultra and Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, which recently received the One UI 5.0 update. Moreover, the fresh update comes with some general improvements and bug fixes to increase the overall performance and stability of the app.

Apart from this, the official information does not mention any other additional features or enhancements. But this update comes with a bigger installation package size than the normal package, so we can assume that the update comes with some improvements.

Furthermore, the app is currently running on version V2.0.04.1. To install the new version, users need to download the APK of around 144.33 MB through the link given below; also, you can download it through Galaxy Store and APKMirror.

Download link:

What’s New:

  • Update on the supported model (Galaxy S20 Ultra, N20 Ultra, Z Fold2)

Software Information:

  • Version number: V2.0.04.1
  • Package size: 144.33 MB
  • Compatible: Android 13-based One UI 5.0 

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