Samsung’s Galaxy S10+ gets dedicated night photography mode in the US

The camera app on the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus is finally getting a dedicated and much-refined night mode in the US, reports XDA-Developers.

Currently, the feature is rolling out only  to AT&T’s Galaxy S10+. However, according to a report, it looks like that it is the same build that Verizon is rolling out to its Galaxy S10+ this month with the June 2019 security update too. So it’s only a matter of time before more carriers get this update.

Although the Galaxy S10 launched with a “Bright Night” photography feature, there was no way of manually enabling this mode. So if it was at dusk and there was still enough light, the Galaxy S10 wouldn’t turn it on even when it is needed and that leaves you at the mercy of Samsung’s camera algorithms, which would enable it automatically under certain circumstances.

The update should be rolling out soon for the Samsung Galaxy S10e, Galaxy S10, and Galaxy S10+. At present, there is no information on when the mode will come to devices on other carriers like T-Mobile. The unlocked US S10 Plus also hasn’t gotten it just yet. The security update has also added a QR scanner along with the dedicated night mode to the camera app.

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