The Samsung Galaxy Enhance-X AI-based image editing app released last July was initially available for the Galaxy S22 series but was later released for the Galaxy Note, Galaxy S, and Galaxy Z lineup. Samsung has announced that Galaxy Enhance-X is now available for more smartphones, and it's working on bringing the app to the Galaxy A, M, and Tab series devices. However, it will only be compatible with devices running Android 13-based One UI 5.1 or later.
The full version of the Galaxy Enhance-X released by Samsung fixes issues reported in the beta version and comes with the ability to restore old, low-res photos and lens distortion correction for wide-angle photos taken at close range.
Additionally, Samsung said the subsequent versions of the Galaxy Enhance-X will get document scanning features to make the text clearer and remove unnecessary parts. It will also get some video-related features.
You can download the Samsung Galaxy Enhance-X app from the Galaxy Store for free on the following devices: