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Samsung’s Bright Night mode could be the answer to Google’s Night Sight

22 December 2018 2

Google’s Pixel line of devices have their camera as one of the biggest USPs and its Night Sight feature is one of the most trending topics of the year. This feature lets you click very clear images during an extremely low light situation like a late night. This has been possible due to computational photography technique which was first seen on Huawei P20 Pro but perfected by Google on Pixel 3 and 3XL.

OnePlus and Xiaomi have also now come up with their own version of this technology and now even Samsung is said to be working on their own night sight version. Folks at XDA have been successful in discovering the evidence in the latest One UI’s Android 9 Pie beta update.

This interesting mode basically captures multiple shots with different exposure levels and stitches them into one image that has much more details and is perfectly exposed, much better than a low light image is all without the need of the flash.

Though it’s not very clear at the moment as to when Samsung plans to announce the feature, however, given the launch date of Samsung Galaxy S10 approaching, the company may announce this feature with the flagship itself. Rumors suggest that Samsung is focusing on making the device a photographer delight.

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