Currently, Samsung is working on its own new version of Photographic mode called Bright Night, Code discovered in the Android Pie build for Samsung’s Galaxy Note 9 reports byXDA-Developers.The code says that it will allow you to take bright pictures even in very dark conditions, it is a very similar feature which we have already seen on Google Pixel devices called Night Sight.
As we know that Samsung likes to give new photography feature with each new Flagship phones, XDA thinks that the company might do the same with Bright Night and the upcoming Galaxy S10 which is anticipated to be announced at the end of February 2019. Back in August, Samsung revealed new scene optimizer technology with the Note 9 and introduce super slow-mo to the S9.
After the release of new features both the technologies were brought to the previous handsets, it explains that the idea generated during the Note 9 build up and now expected to be announced along with S10. Although, the text in the code shows that the Bright night mode will work similar way to Night Sight, taking multiple shots and using software to combine them together. For the record, this method had already given an excellent result in Google pixel devices.
If we compared both the S9 and Google Pixel 2 XL we came to know that the S9 wider aperture appeared to give low-light details while the Pixel 2’s software processing gives more contrast and dynamic range. But with the Bright night feature, Samsung would be able to close this Software quality Gap with a competition.
So many reports have been circulating about the Galaxy S10 that it will have an in-display fingerprint sensor, up to six cameras, and a hole-punch Infinity O display, and now this new Bright Night feature to enhance camera quality.