Samsung set to unveil it’s own “Bright Night” feature to compete with Google’s Night Sight

Samsung set to unveil it's own "Bright Night" feature

According to  XDA Developers, Samsung is currently working on it’s own bright night feature that will function exactly like the Google night sight. This new feature might make it’s debut in the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S10 series according to rumors. Sources say that a code found in Samsung’s new One UI beta version suggests it would be a competitor to the Google night sight. This year, Google Pixel 3 won the best smartphone camera of the year thanks to this special feature. The Night sight feature enables it to take bright pictures at night without the LED flashlight.

The technology behind it would click multiple images in low-light which are rather dark and assemble them to form one single bright and detailed image. However, it is important to note that Google is not the only company providing this Night sight feature to it’s Pixel phones. Other companies such as OnePlus has a similar feature called NightScape feature. Also, We know that Xiaomi also has similar feature called Night Scene feature. All these feature do the same thing and are designed to capture bright images in low light conditions.

Samsung Bright Night

The Chinese OEMs are always among the first to introduce new technology to their products. Huawei and Honor also have similar features known as the Night Mode and Super Bright Mode, respectively. Even though I’ll say Samsung is a little late to the party, it’s better late than never. As for now we’re less than two months away from the Galaxy S10 launch. So we will know if the feature will be included or not.

There’s also reason to believe that the feature will also be exclusive to the Galaxy S10 for a while. This should at least separate it from all the other Samsung phones. Samsung products always have great cameras and the S10 will be no exception.

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