If you own a Samsung Galaxy S10 or a Note 10, there is a piece of good news, especially for you. Samsung has given information that it will soon roll out a new update for the Samsung Galaxy S10 and Note 10 users. The upcoming software update will carry camera features from the recent flagship smartphone from Samsung, the S20 series.
First, let’s start with the Single Take mode from the Samsung S20 lineup. Both the Samsung Galaxy S10 and Note 10 will get this mode in the update. The Single Take mode is a mode that allows users to capture multiple images, videos, and even GIFs with a single button push. This mode is useful for times when you can’t choose whether you want to take a picture or record a video.
There will also be a new Night Hyperlapse mode in the upcoming software update coming for the Samsung Galaxy S10 and Note 10. As the name says, this mode is designed to create better hyperlapse videos in low-light conditions. As the name says, the hyperlapse mode will help the user in creating better hyperlapse videos in low light conditions.
Apart from the single take mode and night hyperlapse mode, you will also get the ability to create custom photo filters and a Pro video mode in which you will be able to adjust the settings like ISO, exposure levels, and shutter speed.
The software update will also include a few low-light photography improvements. The regular night mode of the Samsung Galaxy S10 will also get some improvement. Also, the Gallery app is supposed to get a new feature, known as Clean View.
The Clean View feature groups together similar shots under one thumbnail to keep your photos looking more organized. You will also see a new Quick Crop mode, which will allow users to zoom into a picture and quickly save it as a cropped version. Along with the Quick Crop feature, the Galaxy S10 and Note 10, will also get the Quick Share and Music Share features.
These Quick Share and Music Share features will allow the users to share files with other nearby users and increase their paired Bluetooth connections while playing music, respectively.
Samsung has said that the new update will roll out to all the S10 and Note users in March. The release date and update feature list may differ by carrier, market, and model. Also, the Night hyperlapse mode will not be coming for the Note 10 lite.