A new and improved feature is being added to the Google Messages program on your Galaxy phone. According to reports, some Google Messages users are seeing a new “Send Photos Quickly” option within the app that does exactly what it states. According to the description of the ‘Send Photos Faster’ option in Google Messages, “resolution is reduced for quicker transmission.”
This would imply that, like every other messaging service, Google Messages will reduce the image’s resolution in order to send it over RCS more quickly. The new option appears between the Bubbles and Receive Outgoing And Incoming Message Sounds options in the Preferences menu.
Google Messages is gaining the ability to send photos more quickly.
Please note that this novel feature is not yet broadly available. However, this new Google Messages feature could be advantageous if you have a limited mobile plan and send images via cellular data. The fact that RCS functions by first uploading the image to the cloud, similar to a backup service, is also advantageous.
Google has not disclosed the utmost size of attachments that can be sent using Google Messages RCS. AT&T and T-Mobile, according to 9To5Google, both list the utmost limit as 100MB. Multiple users who have observed this new feature in their Google Messages app have reported that it is enabled by default.
To determine if the new option is available to you, launch the app, click on your profile image in the upper-right corner, and select the Preferences option. If you have access to the option, it should be the fifth entry from the top. Ensure that you are using the most recent version of the application.