16 June 2020
The Samsung Galaxy S9 is an Android flagship from last year but it is a capable enough smartphone even for 2019. When it arrived on the scene, it was praised for a number of reasons including impressive camera performance. The only slight issue was with low-light capabilities and now, the same issue is getting fixed with a new software update.
Samsung has released a new Galaxy S9 software update that brings Night Mode to the camera application. It is the same night mode that debuted on the Galaxy S10 lineup. The same update is also available for the Galaxy S9+ which means users of the flagship should also be able to click better low-light shots now.
In recent times, we have seen a sudden rise in interest of OEMs regarding low-light shots. Google and Huawei are two of the market leaders when it comes to offering the best possible night mode. Their modes are able to bring a drastic change to the photos clicked during the night or low-light conditions. This is the reason Samsung is also working towards making its own night mode better and competitive enough.
The update size is 574MB which could be big enough for those who are on a limited internet connection. It is advised to connect to a WiFi connection before proceeding. Once the update has been downloaded, you should ensure that the battery level is at least 50% and then start the installation process.