Samsung is working on ‘Bright Night’, a night photography mode, according to XDA-Developers. Code included in the latest Android Pie build for Samsung’s Galaxy Note 9 suggests the functionality, which is similar to Google’s Night Sight mode and Huawei’s Night Mode, would debut with the Galaxy S10.
The mode allows you to “take bright pictures even in very dark conditions.”
Samsung is known for debuting new photography features with each flagship handset, and based on that, XDA speculates that Bright Night would be packaged with the Galaxy S10, — expected to be announced at the end of February 2019.
Text in the code suggests the mode will work in a similar way to Night Sight, taking multiple shots and using software to combine them together. The method has already produced excellent results for the Pixel 3.
The Galaxy S10 is already shaping up to be a much more fundamental revision for Samsung after the iterative changes seen with the S9. Various reports about the phone have claimed that it will feature an in-display fingerprint sensor, up to six cameras, and a hole-punch Infinity O display, and now it seems its camera is also in line for an upgrade.
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