Taking the perfect pictures is hard enough while editing and cropping out certain unwanted objects or people might be tiresome and time-consuming. However, a newly launched feature called the ‘Object Eraser’ will help you with that struggle and anyone who wants to take a picture with the perfect background will now be able to do it easily.
Samsung Galaxy S21’s latest feature, the ‘Object Eraser’ that was unveiled at Samsung’s unpacked event, will help users to easily edit their pictures to get a perfect one.
The new ’Object Eraser’ is an AI-powered feature that allows users to easily remove all the unwanted objects from the background of the photo. Instead of struggling with many edit options and blurring some of the unwanted people or objects in photos which is quite time-consuming, the new feature will only require a few taps to clear the background of the photo.
The Samsung Galaxy S21 users will have to first go to the Gallery app, then tap on the ‘Object Eraser’ option and then tap on the object or the person they want to remove from the photo. After selecting the objects or persons, tap on the ‘Erase’ button and it’s done. The ‘Object Eraser’ feature allows users to remove multiple objects. In case, the user makes a mistake, there are ‘undo’ and ‘redo’ options as well. The ‘Object Eraser’ feature has been speculated that the company trained a neural net to recognize objects or people in pictures or photos and work out a conclusion of what the image should look like without the object or the person. It is unsure whether this feature runs on-device or on the cloud, although it has been speculated to be the former.
The Samsung Galaxy S21 has Android 11-based One UI 3.0 software and Snapdragon 888 or the Exynos 2100 chipset.
The Samsung Galaxy S21 will be available from January 29, 2021, although the preorders of the smartphone will begin early and will be available from January 14. The price of the Samsung Galaxy S21 is $799 (INR 58,395). The aesthetics of the Galaxy S21 smartphone is beautiful with the rear cameras covering up one of the corners of the phone.