Samsung Galaxy S10 update could bring the best Google Pixel 3 feature


Earlier this month, Samsung announced the arrival of its latest flagship Galaxy S10. It hasn’t even been a month and the company is looking to add new features to its flagship smartphone in future software updates.


There are rumors that Samsung plans to release an update that will add a “super night mode” to the Galaxy S10’s camera app. Yes, you guessed it right. This does sound identical to the new Night Sight mode that was introduced by Google with its Pixel 3 series.


Currently, Samsung banks on the usage of multiple exposures in low-light and its final image consist of their combination to create a bright final image. If compared to the Night Sight on Pixel, Google is the clear winner here. Also, recently Huawei perched up the low-light photography standards in its new flagship P30 Pro during the launch in Paris on March 26, 2019.

Huawei, claiming that its latest handset has “rewritten the rules of photography”, boasts a new quadruple-camera that enables 400,000 levels of ISO sensitivity. With these advancements, Huawei claims that this hardware coupled with its improved Night Mode allows it to “transform night into day.”

So it is clear that due to its competition with Pixel 3 and P30 Pro, Samsung is looking to add a dedicated Night Mode to its Camera that will look to extract as much light as possible from late night shots, or selfies in gloomy restaurants and pubs.