The S10 flagship has used barely two months in the mobile market and it is getting its first camera software update already
Samsung S10, until now still remains one of the most talked about devices of 2019 since it launched barely two months ago. Although not quite long, the South-Korea based phone maker is further boosting the Galaxy S10 lineup camera functionality with its latest software update. While the update was first noticed in Switzerland among other locations, the new firmware which brings the latest May security patch also brings major improvements to the camera’s Night mode as well as new Live Focus options.
During the launch in March, the devices had a Bright Night mode which performed rather awfully compared to other flagship’s Night modes, Let’s say Huawei. However, Samsung has now tweaked the Night mode for lower noise and longer shutter speeds hence, offering an overall better photo. In addition, you will be able to use the ultra wide f/2.2 camera in Night mode.
According to a reliable source, the new software update also offers another helpful tweak- this option uses the telephoto lens on the Galaxy S10 and S10+ for Live Focus photos. As a result, you will be able to get closer to your objects for better background blur.
While the new features are already rolling out for S10 owners in Switzerland, others may have to wait for a little later.