You would have thought the dust is settled on the rumors and speculations on the features and other details of the soon to be launched Samsung Galaxy Note 10. Trust the market pundits to however come up with something out of the blue. The latest to hit the headlines is that Samsung has plans to include a Night mode to the front selfie camera. Many of you may react with a gasp, ‘seriously?’.
It Takes Time to Click the Pictures
As you add more features to the cameras, the final photography results are quite fascinating. However, you will need all the patience in the world for the gadget to understand the happenings around it before it lets you click a perfect picture. There is this proprietary Flaw Detection feature that Samsung includes in its devices. It helps in ensuring that you remove any anomalies in a picture clicked, like someone moving out of the frame and so on. The Night mode is no different. The sensor will definitely need some time to make adjustments to the light settings once you focus the camera to click a picture in low light conditions. If it’s a group selfie that you are aiming at, the device will take those few extra seconds to give you the best shot in that mode. Hopefully, your friends will oblige and you enjoy the Night mode on your new Samsung Galaxy Note 10.
How About the Night Mode on the Flagship Galaxy S10?
If the South Korean major goes through with this Night mode feature on the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and the Note 10 Pro to be unveiled on August 7, how about the Galaxy S10? Well if you go strictly by the way the company has acted before, you would presume that immediately after August 7, the update to provide the Night mode on the Samsung Galaxy S10 will be initiated. Samsung has such a plan to have the Night mode added to the front camera on the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.
As you have been doing with every other piece of unsubstantiated claims on such matters, you will take this too with a pinch of salt and wait till the formal revelations come through.