Samsung is also working on ‘Bright Night’ feature after Google’s Night Sight

Samsung is also working on ‘Bright Night’ feature after Google’s Night Sight

  The most spectacular answer for low-light photography to this point comes from Google, due to the company’s “Night Sight” feature in pixel 3-series phones.

 Now, Samsung is reportedly performing on providing a similar answer for its smartphones referred to as “Bright Night.” The feature works on a simple approach — take multiple pictures and mix them into one image that's a lot of brighter, shows a lot of detail than a typical low-light picture, isn’t overexposed, and doesn’t consider the led flash.

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  It is speculated that the “Bright Night” feature may debut with Samsung‘s upcoming flagship — the Galaxy S10-lineup. XDA-Developers decompiled the stock Samsung Camera app that comes with the newest Galaxy Note 9’s One UI build that expressly describe a feature like what alternative night mode features do.

  If the feature debuts with the Galaxy S10, there’s an opportunity that the “Bright Night” feature could also be Galaxy S10 exclusive for a while, before being extended to the company’s alternative phones. The South Korean company did this with “Scene Optimizer” feature on the Galaxy Note 9, that was later introduced in Galaxy S9 and S9 plus.

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  Samsung’s Galaxy S10 is shaping up to be a basic revision for the company and isn't simply an iterative update over the Galaxy S9-series. The Galaxy S10 is reportedly returning with associate in-display front-facing camera, inaudible  fingerprint sensor, triple-camera setup on the rear, among others.
There’s also a 5G-compatible variant of the Galaxy S10, which is able to reportedly be showcased throughout Mobile World Congress in port, Spain. the corporate is predicted to carry its “Samsung Unpacked” event to launch the Galaxy S10-series on 20th Feb, a week before MWC 2019.