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Samsung reportedly aiming for advance Night mode for Galaxy S10 camera

12 April 2019 3

Samsung launched Galaxy S10 recently that was considered to be one of the best smartphones if not the best out there. The phone offers stunning camera quality and has also received the highest ratings for its front facing and rear camera. Now in the latest development, Samsung is working on to release a dedicated Night Mode for its the camera. While Galaxy S10 did aim to take on Night Mode offerings of Google Pixel and Huawei’s phones, though the implementation was no way near what Google and Huawei had to offer.

Now as per report shared by a tipster Ice Universe, this feature might be launched in a month or two improving upon the camera capability of Galaxy S10’s camera. Since the hardware of Galaxy S10 can’t be changed now to match Pixel’s offering, Samsung would have to take it’s camera algorithm to the next level to achieve something similar.

We could wait and see what the time brings upon us in regards to this speculated software update and we hope that it does bring considerable improvement in Galaxy S10’s camera capability during night time. Have you tried out Galaxy S10’s current Bright Night feature? How did you find it? Share your views in the comment section below.

(last update 16 November 2019 @ 23:13)



Samsung reportedly aiming for advance Night mode for Galaxy S10 camera
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Yup, the Samsung Galaxy S10 is considered one of the best phones for the camera, but still has a good way to go to match the quality of Google and Huawei.


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