The new firmware update for Samsung Galaxy A70 brings a new camera update that will offer users support for Super Steady video recording stabilization. The update is rolling out in stages for all devices.
The Samsung Galaxy A70 is one of the best mid-range smartphones, as it comes with triple camera and one of them packing a ultrawide sensor, in-screen fingerprint scanner, 6GB of RAM, a super AMOLED 6.7-inch screen, external microSD support of up to 1TB, 128GB internal storage, and it runs on the latest Android 9.0 Pie firmware. The latest firmware update comes with performance tweaks and a new function called Super Steady video stability feature.
The camera app on the Galaxy A70 already packed the Super Slow-mo and augmented reality emojis, and now the A70 users will get better stabilization for their video recordings that's going to to be used and applied via ultra-wide camera. You have to know that the Super Steady feature is only going capture video at Full HD resolution and 30 FPS. You can enable the Super Steady feature by tapping on the "vibrating hand" logo shown at the top of the camera UI.
The new Android 9.0 A705FNXXU2ASF5 officail update is being released over-the-air (OTA) for all the Galaxy A70 users worldwide. At this moment the firmware has been releasde in the Netherlands first, and now it should be ready for installation in other regions, too. If the official update hasn't arrived in your country just yet, then you shouldn't worry as it will soon be ready for you to download, too.
You can search for new firmware updates by going to Settings> Software Update> Download and Install menu. In case the new update is ready for you to install you need to simply confirm the download prompt and your Galaxy A70 will take care of the rest of the process automatically.