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Samsung Galaxy S10 Announces Six New DApps

Samsung Galaxy S10 Announces Six New DApps”

Just after the Camera Zoomed in an issue that is still to be fixed through a Samsung update that will roll in a few months, there is another major and weird issue awaiting for the Samsung Galaxy S10 users - Black Bar at the bottom of the Snapchat screen. It has directed the users to have the latest Snapchat version and latest device OS for updates.

Though Samsung manufactures the 48 MP Samsung GM-1 sensor, which is used on the Redmi Note 7S, the company has not yet launched a device with a 48 MP camera sensor. Sad, but that's how it now stands.

Basically, the lack of bezels at the top and the bottom, more cameras, a bigger screen and no rear fingerprint scanner is what makes the design so great, and they're almost identical. On the other hand, Snapchat also recently updated their Android app. However, users that have managed to snag this update are reporting an error when trying to use Night mode and claim that it fails to save the shot whenever there's any motion detected. And since these updates got live, a new Snapchat issue is troubling Galaxy S10 users.

Was fine a couple days ago now suddenly the app isn't filling the screen and has a big empty black area at the bottom Does anyone know how to fix this? But their not for me?

A possible temporary fix seems to be setting the aspect ratio for the photos to 16:9 instead of the default 4:3, but you may not want your shots to come out in that way - and you'll also lose resolution in the process as 16:9 images are 9.1 MP compared to 12 MP for 4:3. It's also worth mentioning that a handful of users facing the black bar issue have confirmed the camera zoomed in issue appears to have been fixed or improved for them after the update. Of course, the Galaxy Note 10 won't be able to match high-powered desktops, but in some cases, where lower-end computers are in play and you only really care about using the web and mobile apps, it could work exceedingly well. The Galaxy S10 still has a 3.5mm headphone port.



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