We have seen Google debuting its Night Sight mode with its latest version of Pixel Smartphones (Pixel 3 / 3 XL) and now the South Korean Giant is planning to bring a similar feature on its upcoming Galaxy S10 flagship smartphone. Samsung will be calling this feature as Bright Night which will take on Google’s Night Sight and will work on similar nodes. Night Sight is a mode that will allow its users to take good quality images under low-light conditions also.
This technology has already been adopted by other smartphone makers also and call them with different names. For instance, Huawei calls its Night Mode while OnePlus calls Night-scape. Few reports suggest that Samsung will be calling this feature as Bright Night as found in the One UI code for Android Pie beta. The comments also mention that it brightens up this shot with Bright night, take bright pictures even in very dark conditions.
Looks like the user can also take multiple shots in this mode and combine them to get brighter and a clear picture without using flash even in dark conditions. The upcoming device is expected to be unveiled in February at the Mobile World Congress scheduled to be held between 24th of February to 27th of February 2019. Well, we need to wait for few more weeks for the device to be unveiled officially and expect to bundle out with many new features
The device is also expected to be featuring the latest Snapdragon 855 SoC and will come with in-display camera also. One of the models is expected to be featuring an in-display fingerprint sensor and another model might come with triple rear cameras. It is also rumored that Samsung will be showcasing a 5G model at the event. Comment in the section below if you have more queries on the same and stay tuned to PhoneRadar for more news and updates.