The Samsung Galaxy S10 smartphone could have several industry-leading features. The latest report about the as yet unannounced Samsung handset claim the device will have a ‘Bright Night’ feature. Moreover, a tweet by a serial tipster claims Samsung is working on better and faster Fast Charging technology.
Samsung has not officially acknowledged this year’s premium, high-end flagship Android smartphone, let alone announce the same. However, that hasn’t stopped plausible reports and rumors about the handsets. Moreover, there are even protective cases for the multiple variants of the Samsung Galaxy S10 devices. Now a couple of new reports further add to the list of interesting features of the upcoming flagship Samsung smartphone.
Samsung Galaxy S10 Camera To Get ‘Bright Night’ Feature Indicates Beta One UI Firmware?
The latest and premium Samsung Galaxy smartphones, including the Galaxy S9, S9 Plus, and Note 9 already have exceptional imaging capabilities. They already offer amazing photos even when taken in low or poor lighting conditions. However, the Galaxy S10 cameras could be even better due to significant software improvements, discovered XDA Developers.
The code hunters at XDA Developers have discovered code in the Galaxy Note 9’s Android Pie beta camera app. A few lines of code clearly hint at a dedicated camera mode for brightening pictures that are taken “even in very dark conditions.” Needless to mention, the feature seems quite similar to the Huawei’s Night Mode, OnePlus’ Night Scape or Google’s Night Sight.
The lines of code mention Bright Night, which appears to be the name of the feature. Meanwhile, the reference to ‘Super Night’ could describe the process, and explain how the feature would work. Essentially, the feature would capture multiple shots, and attempt to absorb optimum visual data. Thereafter software would effectively combine these shots to brighten the images that are taken in low or poor lighting conditions.
Incidentally, the Samsung Galaxy S9 devices already combine multiple shots to offer images that pack a lot of detail. Hence, the Bright Night feature could be another technique that might rely on prolonging exposure and slowing down shutter speeds. Combined, these techniques could offer great low-light photography. Smartphone enthusiast feel the feature would essentially automate all the complex settings to offer a simplified technique for taking images in low light.
Samsung Will Boost Fast Charging Power Rating Beyond The Prevalent 15 Watts
Serial tipster Ice Universe (@IceUniverse) has claimed that Samsung is working to introduce a faster charging technology. According to his tweet, the Korean tech giant’s prevalent 15W Fast Charging will soon “become history”.
Samsung smartphone 15w charging will become history.
— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) December 21, 2018
Needless to add, 15 Watts of power delivery seems quite low in comparison to the other Fast Charging technologies like the Dash Charging, Quick Charge 4.0, VOOC, etc. It is high time Samsung deploys a respectable power delivery pathway that quickly charges its smartphones.