There would be something different about the Samsung RAW camera, it is very good news for Samsung fans who like to take pictures and do selfies, actually that is not in the standard Galaxy camera application at least that is in the code.In several points in full release Samsung would shut the features off.We should gratitude for the inclusion (or improvement, where it has already exist) of features such as the manual Focus, The Manual White Balance, The Manual ISO, and then The Manual Shutter Speed.
SamMobile had received the same tip. The tips advice that Android 5.1.1 would bring “new camera features” with more manual controls included.We have to notice that the Samsung Galaxy camera on the Samsung Galaxy S6 and the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge already have some manual. If you would see back to this Tweet by Lars S, you would find that the Samsung Galaxy S6 had RAW camera support – or some access to the camera2 API. That was created on March in Mobile World Congress 2015.
By releasing Android 5.1.1 for the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge tere will come an updated camera application. A (relatively) trusted source has informed that with the update would come RAW photo support.
This support used to and is priovided by camera2 API’s Google,it has been released using Android L (actually named Android 5.0 Lollipop), but had not been released using the first software on the Samsung Galaxy S6 or Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge. There will come next update, it would likely be here in the spades, all of the RAW goodness specially created for the user.