The Samsung Galaxy S10 has got a very advanced camera. From the Onleaks render we already know that the Plus model will have four lenses. Meanwhile, XDA-Developers has x-rayed the One UI beta and there was a mention of the function called Bright Sight. What is that?
From the description of Bright Sight, which is visible below, it appears that this will enable the Galaxy S10 to take bright pictures even in very poor lighting conditions. Probably it will work on the principle similar to Night Sight from Pixel. This information was found in the camera application from the One UI beta for the smartphone Samsung Galaxy Note 9.
Samsung Galaxy S10 with Night Sight, and what about the S9 models?
Now probably everyone is wondering if Samsung will make Night Sight available from Galaxy S10 in the final version of One UI also for S9 and Note 9 models? This is not known yet. It is possible that this will not happen right away, and only a few months after the launch of the new flagships. Unfortunately, this may be so and it is worth bearing in mind. The sale of new models is the most important.
We have to wait for more information. Samsung Galaxy S10 recently appeared in two versions in the HTML5Test.com benchmark database . Some rumors suggest that reverse charging may also occur . We know the function from the Huawei Mate 20 Pro. We expect premieres before MWC 2019 in Barcelona.