When it involves features for hiding away private information, photographs, and more, Android makers have all provide you with their very own, normally strong options.
Samsung’s new Alt Z Life features goal to make it simpler for customers to keep up a divide between their personal apps, information, and so forth, and the general public space on their phone.
The South Korean giant is now bringing these options to the Galaxy A51 and Galaxy A71 with a new update.
Alt Z Life brings a new Quick Switch mode and Content Suggestions.
With Quick Switch mode, you may simply double press the power button to change between your private space and public space on your phone.
As you may think about, this has a bunch of use case scenarios for everybody.
There’s additionally a new Private Camera, that automatically stores footage in a personal gallery so that they don’t show up in your common camera roll.
Content Suggestions mainly try to recommend which images or videos are perhaps private for you and suggest you place them in your personal gallery.