'Bright Night' could be Samsung's own version of 'Night Mode'

'Bright Night' could be Samsung's own version of 'Night Mode'

'Bright Night' could be Samsung's own version of 'Night Mode'

Samsung has lately made several strides in the smartphone camera department.

Whispers from inside the supply chain have so far been unable to agree on whether Samsung will ditch the 3.5mm headphone port from its S10 range. However, what is a secret is exactly what will be included with the three Galaxy S10 variants - the entry-level flat screen S10 "Lite", the dual-curved S10, and the triple-camera touting Galaxy S10 Plus set to top £1,399.

Although it's unclear when Samsung will release the feature, it's possible the company will unveil it alongside its next flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S10. We can expect the same setup in Galaxy S10 if not more. The ring around the front-facing camera, especially, will make an appearance nearly without a doubt.

The Galaxy S10 handsets may offer up a new camera feature as well, with reports claiming that Samsung is working on a camera mode to rival Google's impressive "Night Sight" on the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL. Well Samsung Galaxy M20 will boast 5,000 mAh, so to speak 25% more than the Galaxy Note 9.

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XDA wasn't able to test the feature, but the latest APK for Samsung's One UI camera includes some very telling strings.

The string they found referred to Bright Night which allows the user "to take bright pictures even in very dark conditions". The upcoming device is expected to be unveiled in February at the Mobile World Congress scheduled to be held between 24th of February to 27th of February 2019.

That includes the United Kingdom, with all the major networks planning to introduce their 5G services in the next 12 months or so, but reports state that the Beyond X is only planned for release in the USA and Samsung's home country of South Korea initially.

He also claims to have seen Samsung's 5G logo at the very least, tweeting that it is "very cool".

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