Samsung Galaxy S10 Brings Dedicated Night Mode

Smartphone magnet Samsung has brought a dedicated Night mode via an OTA update. The update is currently being rolled out to the Samsung Galaxy S10 users in Switzerland. It might be coming to the other countries over the next few days.

Samsung Galaxy S10 Gets Dedicated Night Mode

Samsung Galaxy S10 Brings Dedicated Night Mode

The company had already hinted the rollout of dedicated night mode to its Galaxy S10, S10+ and S10e series months back.

Now the feature is being rolled out. The update also brings the April 2019 security patch. The company has also brought up April 2019 security patch with the update.

So far, we had a “Bright Night” feature with the Galaxy S10 phones. The feature would only trigger automatically in extreme low-light situations. Some reports have revealed that both the features offered the same picture quality.

The advantage with the Night mode is that it allows users to manually choose the long-exposure feature for capturing brighter and sharper low-light images. This means you need not to wait until the mode gets triggered automatically.

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Night mode is now a mainstream feature available with many premium smartphones available.

Google’s Pixel 3 and Huawei’s P30 Pro have already bundled with low-light capabilities and now the Samsung is kicking in the feature finally.

Samsung is further gearing up for more improvements to the low-light capabilities of the Galaxy S10. With the dedicated Night mode in place, we hope that the Galaxy S10 will get most awaited boost in low-light photography.

If you haven’t yet checked whether update has reached to your phone or not, go to your Settings and check for Software update.

Natasha Mayer

Natasha is a freelance technical writer based at Ohio. She is a renowned tech blogger, review writer and apt digital marketer. When not at her workstation, she could be found wondering the sea beaches finding snarls.

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