Samsung Galaxy S10 camera app hints at low light photography mode

Samsung has always outdone itself, year in year out. Its journey to the top has not been as smooth as people may think. They have had to work very hard to get to where they are now. At the moment, I’m sure most of the world’s population would put them in the same bracket as Apple. Some would even put them above the tech giants. This 2019 Samsung is set to release up to 8 smartphones. Four models of the Galaxy S10 model and another four for the note 10 version. However, the fourth version of the Galaxy S10 is yet to hit markets. This specific version is meant to be the first 5G device to grace this green earth. The thing I love most about Samsung is their cutting-edge cameras. Samsung Galaxy S10 camera app is by far the best I have seen.

Samsung Galaxy S10 camera app meant to improve low light photos

Most cameras have a problem when it comes to areas with low light. If anyone can achieve resolute photos from areas of low light, then they would have hacked the system. Samsung is ready to make some major improvements in its devices. Although the Galaxy S10 release has been plagued by bugs and glitches. I’m sure that the developers are having sleepless nights trying to figure out where the problem is exactly. The iPhone 11 will launch later this year, around the same time as the Samsung Galaxy Note 10. A device that is reported to have four models on the way as well. Two to offer the old LTE connection while the rest run on 5G. Users can’t wait to see a better version of the Galaxy S10 so soon. Seeing as they are still trying to adjust to the new product.

According to Ice Universe tweet, the long exposure mode for better low light photography is coming to Galaxy S10 by April or May.

Most modern cameras need third-party apps to help better the camera experience. For example, the Samsung Galaxy S10 camera app. There have been videos showing the difference between the Samsung normal camera and the night version in the app. Softwares are often meant to help calibrate the amount of light taken in by the lens to achieve the perfect possible resolution. This feature would mostly be appreciated by photographers but it doesn’t hurt to know. Maybe one can apply the knowledge somewhere. For example, talk about it with your friends to help build each other up. In my short time on this earth I have realized one very important thing, you need that teamwork to make that dream work.