As smartphone cameras have improved drastically, social media hasn’t really kept up with compression on the images uploaded. Twitter, now is making a breakthrough to that by widely allowing its users on android to upload images in a high resolution state up to 4K resolution.
This new update rolled out to some users in a beta test last month however, since the start of this week the social company already started rolling it out widely to every user. Be it you’re an Android phone or an iPhone user, you can now tweet high-range 4K images from the official Twitter app.
Meanwhile, this isn’t a default setting on the app. Which means in order to unlock the full-resolution uploads, you’ll need to change a setting behavior in the the twitter app settings section.
How To Activate Twitter 4K Image Upload
To activate 4k upload on twitter, head into the Twitter app, then select “Settings and Privacy”
Next select “Data usage.” Finally, you’ll need to enable “high-quality uploads” for either Wi-Fi only or both mobile data and Wi-Fi.
In addition, you’ll need to ensure the “high-quality images” setting is turned on to see the images other people upload in up to 4K.
This functionality appears to be widely rolled out as of this morning to all Android users.
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