What to expect from the Samsung Galaxy S6’s new camera app

Samsung has just announced the new camera software in the Galaxy S 6, and it’s an upgrade over the previous versions of the Galaxy Camera app.

It’s still called Camera+, but it’s now called the “Camera Companion” app.

If you haven’t used it before, it’s basically the same camera app that you’ve used on the Galaxy Note 5 and Note 4.

Samsung has taken the extra step of making the app much more robust and responsive, including improved handling of slow shutter speeds, and improved auto-focus.

Samsung also said it will also be releasing a new version of its Camera Companion app later this year, but you’ll probably want to wait until that app is ready to go.

The new camera apps are available in the Google Play store and on the Samsung app store.

The Google Play Store version of Camera Companion is available for Android devices running Android 6.0 Marshmallow or newer.

The Samsung app version of the app is available only on Android devices that are running the latest version of Android.

Samsung says the Camera Companion apps will also support Google’s new Photos app on the S6, but it doesn’t appear to be available yet.

For the most part, the new Camera Companion camera app is pretty much identical to the one that was released for the Note 4, but Samsung’s new app does bring new features to the table.

For example, the Galaxy camera app now supports more than 60 camera profiles, from landscape and portraits to sports and wildlife.

There’s also a new option to automatically choose which camera you want to use when you first open the camera app.

Samsung is also adding a new “Snapshots” option to the camera control panel.

When you tap the “Snapshot” icon, you’ll see a menu with options to enable a new shot, set a timer, and select your favorite photo.

The option to auto-crop and zoom your photo can be turned off for a time.

When the camera shutter is open, you can now snap a few quick selfies.

If the shutter is not closed, the camera can still capture a few seconds worth of still images.

You can also use the camera to take a photo of your hand.

You’ll need to wait for the shutter to close before you can snap another photo.

Samsung’s camera app will also let you take a few more photos in the future, and Samsung says it’s working on a way to support automatic exposure after the fact.

Samsung hasn’t announced the price of the new Galaxy Camera Companion software, but we expect it will cost at least $10.

It will probably be available for all Samsung Galaxy phones running Android 5.0 Lollipop or higher.