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Samsung developing its own night mode called “Bright Night” for the Galaxy S10

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The Huawei P20 Pro first debuted with a Night Mode and then Google went on to introduce Night Sight with an Android Pie update for its Pixel series and now other manufacturers are following the same. According to a new report by the folks at XDA Developers, Samsung is heading in the same direction and is developing a camera feature called Bright Night. It will likely to debut with the One UI in the upcoming Galaxy S10.

The new feature will help in taking multiple pictures and stacking them into one single brighter image with more details and noise in the low-light environment. It doesn’t rely on LED, but you need to hold the phone slightly longer. This helps in clicking an overexposed picture along with an underexposed picture which is combined to create a single image. The source also revealed that the Stock camera apk in the One UI (Android Pie) of the Galaxy Note 9 has a similar feature from the Korean manufacturer.

It’s not clear whether the company is planning it as a Samsung Galaxy S10 exclusive or as a part of the whole One UI package. It will be joining the likes of Nightscape from OnePlus, Night Scene from Xiaomi, Super Bright Mode by Honor along with the above mentioned Night Sight and Night Mode. The One UI is already packed with features ‘made to focus’ highlighting the most important elements to important while, options appear or disappear depending on certain tasks. Along with features like dark mode and a dark keyboard that enables one-handed use, it will retain some of the Pie features change orientation button, new recent menu though there is a dedicated recent button, swiping left on home button switch to the previous app and more.

 

The Samsung Galaxy S10 series is rumored to be unveiled ahead of the Mobile World Congress on February 20. It will be available for pre-order from that day while the sales start from March 8.

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