Samsung to Launch Their Own “Night Mode” Feature for Galaxy S10

The “Night Mode” feature which is available in Google Pixel 3 XL and its younger brother Pixel 3 is questionably the most talked about a camera-centric feature – helps users capture detailed images under low-light condition.

Other smartphone brands such as Huawei and Oppo are using similar Technology in their camera applications – designed to do the same thing. For instance, Huawei has Night Mode and OnePlus has Nightscape.

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Now Samsung started working to add their company’s own Night Mode in their upcoming flagship Samsung Galaxy S10 with a new name “Bright Night”.

This is now has been confirmed thanks to the strings of code that XDA founded in the latest OneUI/Android Pie beta for Samsung Galaxy Note 9.

The codes have mentioned a name “Bright Night” alongside a bunch of comments such as Brighten up your photo with Bright Night, capture bright images even in low-light conditions, capture more than one shot and combine them to get brighter. The other 2 comments are Clearer images in dull-condition without using a Flash and capture bright images even in very dark conditions.

According to XDA, it makes sense for Samsung to add their own Bright Night exclusively for Samsung Galaxy S10 for a little bit period of time. Be noted, Samsung has already done that thing back in 2017 with its Super Slow-Mo feature which was added to Samsung Galaxy Note 8 and Galaxy S8 from S9.

Galaxy S10 Availability

So far, we have heard that Samsung Galaxy S10 is going to be launched in February 2019 – most probably during Mobile World Congress (not sure). As for Samsung Galaxy S10 Price, it’s expected to set users back approx. $869. Stay connected for more and instant information.

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