This Galaxy Note 10 guide explains how to use camera quick launch, the components and their meaning/usage of the camera app, and supported gestures in Galaxy Note 10 camera app.
Except for the depth camera, which is not discussed in this guide, Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10 Plus share identical camera components. So, this guide applies to both Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+.
How to use Galaxy Note 10 camera quick launch?
By default, on Galaxy Note 10, you can quickly press the Side key (see Galaxy Note 10 layout) twice to launch the camera. This is referred to as Galaxy Note 10 camera quick launch.
Of course, you can customize the side key to remap the double press gesture to other apps, as explained in this guide.
Anyway, in addition to tapping the camera app icon, or using voice commands (Bixby or Google Assistant), you can also use the Galaxy Note 10 camera quick launch to open the camera app.
As explained in this guide, you can remap the Side key for other apps, or use other Side key gestures for camera quick launch.
Understand the components of Galaxy Note 10 Camera App interface?
In recent years, Samsung tried to keep the Camera app consistent through their Android phones.
So, if you just migrate from Samsung Galaxy Note 9, or Galaxy S10, you will find the camera app interface is very familiar.
As shown in the screenshot below, typically, there are 10-15 components (depending on what you are using) in the camera app interface.
#1. the shutter button
You can tap the shutter button to take photos, just like in any other camera apps.
If you hold the shutter button, by default, the burst mode will be activated. You can deactivate the burst mode by assigning the long tap gesture of the shutter button:
- To take one picture (same as tapping the shutter button once).
- To create GIF animations.
Of course, inmost Samsung …
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