Samsung Is Working On Bright Night Mode: A Low-light Camera Mode Which Could Appear On Samsung Galaxy S10
According to the reports by XDA Developer, Samsung might be working on a low-light camera. It may be named as Bright Night Mode. They discovered the code in the latest Android Pie build for Samsung’s Galaxy Note 9 which suggests the company is working on a new night photography mode called Bright Night mode. Moreover, it will allow users to take bright pictures even in very dark conditions.
However, Samsung is not the first to work on the low-light camera. Huawei is the first one to introduce this feature called ‘night mode’ in its Huawei P20. Later, Google released ‘night sight’ for its Pixel smartphones. Furthermore, OnePlus and Xiaomi has their own low-light camera mode for their smartphones named, ‘Nightscape’ and ‘NightScene’ respectively.
Text in the code suggests the mode will work similar to Night Sight, taking multiple shots and using software to combine them together.
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Samsung Bright Night Mode Could Appear on Galaxy S10
As of now, Samsung has not made any announcements regarding Bright Night mode but the feature may appear in the upcoming Galaxy S10. Samsung Galaxy S10 is expected to be launched in February 2019. Rumors about the Galaxy S10 suggest that it will have in-display camera, in-display fingerprint scanner, six lenses etc.
Samsung usually reveals its new feature in one of its flagship smartphones and then add on to its older phones. Samsung released new scene optimizer technology with the Note 9 in August an then the addition of super slow-mo to the Galaxy S9. This is the reason that we are expecting the Company to unveil the bright night mode in the upcoming smartphone. Later it might be introduced to other Samsung smartphones.