Samsung would work on night mode.
It's believed that the company is developing its night-time shooting mode similar to Google's new night vision mode. The upcoming feature, to be called the Bright Night, was revealed in the latest Android version of Pita designed for the Samsung Galaxy Note 9, and was first recorded by the XDA developer. It looks like the code shows that Bright Night works the same as the Night Sight operation.
This means that several photos must be recorded at the same time before joining to get the finished product. The code suggests users to "take great pictures even in extreme darkness conditions". But do not celebrate right now, spelunkers. The feature is not enabled on Samsung devices, and XDA-Developers speculates that it will be available with the Samsung Galaxy S10.
The reason is that Samsung is keen to launch new camera technology with ads on its smartphone. We expect the Galaxy S10 to be released by the end of February 2019. It will be the tenth iteration of Samsung's leading smartphone, as well as all the signs that the company is trying to make waves with the device as soon as the debut.
Last year, we saw advancements in nightmare technology for smartphones, and the Night Illumination Mode will be the latest example. In addition to the Google technology version, where you can find out more here, Huawei also offers night mode for dark scenes.