Samsung Galaxy S8 is the latest iteration of Galaxy series. It is without any doubt the best looking smartphone. It comes with 64GB internal storage, but if you want to save pictures on SD card in Galaxy S8. You will have to tweak the settings a little bit.
Galaxy S8 was released few months back. It has Super AMOLED curved display covered by corning Gorilla Glass 5. It comes with 5.8 inch of screen. Its running on latest Android version that is Nougat. There are two versions, one is powered by Snapdragon 835. This version is present in USA and China. Other version is present in rest of the countries its running on Samsung’s own Exynos 8895. Galaxy S8 also supports microSD card with capacity of 256 GB. The processing is supported by 4 GB RAM. The front camera is of 8 megapixels whereas, the back camera is of 12 Megapixels.
How to Save Pictures on SD card in Galaxy S8:
If you dont want the pictures and videos to fill up internal storage of your phone. You can save pictures in SD card in Galaxy S8 using the guide below. It is easy, problem for most of the people is that they cant locate from where to change this setting.
Also Checkout: Features Present in Galaxy S8 but not present in iPhone.
Follow the steps below to save pictures on SD card in Galaxy S8:
- First of all open Camera App on your phone.
- Now tap on the gear icon present at the top right corner of your phone screen.
- Settings will open. In the settings menu locate “Location” and tap on it.
- In this menu you will see two options. Select “Memory Card“.
From now on, the pictures will be saved in your memory card instead of internal storage of your phone. That’s all on how to save pictures on SD card in Galaxy S8 to keep your internal storage free of all the new pictures and videos.
Tip: If you want best quality pictures from your Galaxy S8, you can get them in RAW format. These pictures are not compressed into JPEG. RAW pictures require much more space but they are of better quality. You can enable RAW pictures by going in to settings and selecting RAW format in the Picture size menu. Activate RAW pictures by using the slider.
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