The Galaxy S10 is equipped with a new night mode for low-light photos, reveals a leak. Like the Google Pixel 3 and its Night Vision mode, the future flagship Samsung will allow you to succeed your photos even if the light is scarce.
By peeling the beta of the Android 9.0 Pie update on the Galaxy Note 9, experts from XDA Developpers have discovered the code of a new shooting mode for the Galaxy S10. Entitled “Bright Night”, the mode allows the users to take good quality pictures even in low light.
Find out how the Galaxy S10’s night mode works
The code also reveals how the “Bright Night” mode works. In the photo interface, it promises to take “bright pictures even in very dark conditions” as the name suggests. In the same way, the option makes it possible to combine several shots in a single photo in order to improve the brightness.
For bright photos, the Galaxy S9 and Note 9 already combine several shots. In this case, the S10 would automatically add long exposure and a slower shutter speed to the process. We find a similar mode at Google and Huawei devices. The Night Vision mode of Google Pixel 3 for example analyzes several angles to determine the time it needs for the capture of light. Google relies on intelligence and machine learning, unlike Samsung which relies instead on the variable aperture of the camera.
As XDA Developpers points out, Samsung should offer this new feature exclusively on the Galaxy S10 for a few months. Then, the South Korean manufacturer should deploy this night mode to other newer devices in its catalog, such as Galaxy Note 9 or Galaxy S9. The brand had proceeded in the same way with the Super Slow Motion mode of the S9. Latest news, the presentation of Galaxy S10 will take place at the end of February 2019.