Galaxy S10 Plus Camera Upgrade Improves Low Light Photography

Samsung is cranking up the heat on competitors this year, and the flagship devices show it. The Galaxy S10 series is no exception, as TechJuice reports that the Galaxy S10 Plus camera upgrade that was just announced is going to drastically improve usability for consumers.

Galaxy S10 Plus Camera Upgrade

The Galaxy S10 was launched with a built in feature that improved low light photography. However, the feature was part of an automated system that did not give users the ability to turn it on and off. Automation is a good thing, but in this instance it did not serve the purpose as well as a manual selector. The automated system used a series of algorithms to determine when the low light feature was needed, but it was not always accurate in its determination. Now, thanks to the Galaxy S10 Plus camera upgrade, users will be able to turn the feature on and off and when they feel it is necessary. This is a feature that other Android devices already had implemented through dedicated low light camera modes.

Bright Night

The Galaxy S10 Plus camera upgrade has been dubbed Bright Night, and already the tech world is buzzing about the improvements it adds. Samsung did reveal that this upgrade will also be available on the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10 E in the near future, but no definite date has been set for that yet. Bright Night adds more than just low light photo improvement to the device. The update also includes a built in QR scanner. This means that Samsung owners will no longer have to open Bixby Vision or Google Lens in order to scan a QR code. This makes it much simpler to visit a website or join a wifi network via a QR code than it has been in the past.

Upcoming Product Launches

While the Galaxy S10 Plus camera upgrade is good news for consumers, Samsung is making waves with its new products this fall. The Note 10 launch is taking place in August and it is expected that Samsung will also announce the Galaxy Watch 2 during the invitation only event. wearable devices have become a huge trend in mobile devices, as the Apple Watch is Samsung’s biggest competitor in that market. The Note 10 is part of a series of devices that is aimed at working professionals and features built in apps designed to help with scheduling and task management. The company has built a kingdom of devices that cater to nearly every aspect of 21st century life.



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