In the editor, a portrait mode contains tools just for faces.
You can enlarge your eyes and slim or widen your face. Oh yeah, it'll fix red-eye, too.
Filter effects you add from the Gallery adopt Samsung's (and Google's) more minimalist Android look.
This menu gets a new layout.
Here's the updated look for correcting gallery photos.
Here's something fun and new: in the editor, you can turn photos into a collage, say for easy Instagramming.
The collage-building tools are very simple. You press the + button to add photos from your gallery. I chose about five.
A layout tool rearranges the images automatically.
A few other tools in the menu handle custoization.
Add a buffer between images, and round the edges for extra effect.
Yeah, I'd post that.
Spot metering helps brighten your skin. It isn't new, but the way you find it is.
This new mode creates GIFs of an object and plays it back to you. Think of it as Photo Sphere Light.
Rotate the phone around the object to capture its sides.
Samsung has really nicely consolidated its photo modes into this new, very readable menu.
More granular settings live in the Pro mode, like applying these filters before you shoot.
Pro mode users can also save their favorite settings combinations in a profile.