The camera app on the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus is lastly getting a devoted night mode within the US, reports XDA-Developers. For the time being, the feature has solely been confirmed for AT&T Galaxy S10 Plus handsets, however, SamMobile reports that Verizon seems to be utilizing the same version number for its June security update, so the feature is also available there as well. The devoted night time mode was beforehand solely accessible in worldwide markets.
Though the Galaxy S10 launched with a “Bright Night” photography feature, there was no way of manually enabling this mode. As an alternative, you had been on the mercy of Samsung’s camera algorithms, which might allow it automatically below certain circumstances. That meant you had much less control, unlike a device like a Pixel 3 and the various Android phones which have a dedicated mode for night pictures.
XDA reports that the feature is available for the Galaxy S10 Plus but says that the S10 and S10E should obtain the update quickly. There’s currently no word on when the mode will come to devices on different carriers like T-Cell. The unlocked US S10 Plus additionally hasn’t gotten it but. Together with the devoted evening mode, the security update also adds a QR scanner to the camera app.