How to Customize Your Camera Widget in One UI 6.0

South Korean-based smartphone manufacturing company has released its latest OneUI 6.0 beta for Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra. For now, the update is only released for beta testers in three countries such as South Korea, Germany, and the United States. OneUI 6.0 brings more new features if we compare it with OneUI 5. Custom Camera Widget is one of the new features which are implemented in OneUI 6.0.

Custom Camera Widget OneUI 6.0

This new custom widget will help you to quickly open the camera in any of the modes. Let’s assume, you like to shoot pro video samples. So, now if you want to open the pro video mode on the Samsung phone. Then, it is very easy to access pro mode with this all-new Custom Camera Widget.

If we talk about the features. So, this new custom camera widget comes with lots of options as well as features for the camera and the camera modes. You can choose any of the camera modes.

Follow the steps given below to setup the Custom Camera Widget

This all-new custom camera widget is a very useful option from which you can easily access all the camera modes. So, to set up the Custom Camera Widget, you just have to follow the steps given below:

  • First, you have to long-press the home screen.
  • After that, you have to click on the widget to open widgets.
  • In the widgets, find the camera widget.
  • Drag it on the Home Screen to add.

You can also select the Widget Background which will be always displayed on the widget from the widget settings by tapping the widget. In the widget settings there are many new options. You can also select the start mode as shown in the image given below:

custom camera widget

Here is a video tutorial for applying and customizing Custom Camera Widget. Watch it from 7:29 – 8:20.

Do you guys like this new Custom Camera Widget? Do let us know in the comment box.

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Kshitiz Jangra is currently pursuing a Bachelor in Computer Applications (BCA), he likes coding languages such as Python, C, and Java. He also has an interest in Smartphones and gadgets in the tech industry. Kshitiz likes to eat junk food from popular places in India.

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