Samsung is reportedly working on a 'Bright Night' low-light photography mode
- Author: Terrell Bush Dec 22, 2018,
Dec 22, 2018, 1:55
This is the top version of the Galaxy S10.
As if the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S10 series wasn't looking pretty compelling already, a known leakster on Twitter has relayed a cryptic tweet, providing a new detail which makes the lineup all the more exciting.
It's possible to make out the design of the Galaxy S10 smartphone in numerous images of the protective cases included in the listing, seemingly revealing key design elements of the as-yet unannounced handset.
Interestingly, the Samsung Beyond X will be its first smartphone to feature a TOF (Time-of-Flight) 3D camera on the front and back. New fast-charging technology is on the way - as it is with some other high-end phones - and Samsung's relative slow-charge methods will become a thing of the past.
To get your hands on the one-of-a-kind Samsung Galaxy A9 and find out more, check it out online here. Users in the Weibo social network immediately after the announcement of the cost of the Samsung Galaxy A8s began to discuss it. "Take multiple shots and combine them to get brighter, clearer pictures in low light without using the flash". Information comes from the latest Galaxy Note 9 Beta software with Android 9 Pie and One UI. The comments also mention that it brightens up this shot with Bright night, take bright pictures even in very dark conditions.
Credit: Benjamin Geskin/TwitterThe folks over at XDA Developers have discovered lines of code that point to a new feature called Bright Night. That's just a few days before Mobile World Congress 2019, and right in-line with some previous projections for future Samsung events.
The alleged Samsung Galaxy M20 is said to hit UK, Germany, France, Poland and Scandinavia to start with, and we also expect the same to launch in India later since the production has reportedly commenced in Samsung's Noida factory.