Samsung plans to brings two major missing features to the Samsung Galaxy S10 soon

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It has been just over a month since Samsung announced the Galaxy S10 lineup. Samsung is now focusing on the Note 10 launch which is scheduled to happen later this year but the company is working on improving Galaxy S10 as well.

According to Ice Universe, Samsung is working on bringing two fan favourite features to Galaxy S10 soon. Ice Universe claims that Samsung is working enabling 25W fast charging on Galaxy S10 as well as the company is working on adding Pixel like Night Sight to Galaxy S10. Samsung Galaxy S10 5G already comes with 25W charging support which means that Galaxy S10, in general, does support it and is limited by the software. Samsung is working on removing the said limit so Galaxy S10 can support 25W charging as well.

Not only that, but Samsung is also working on bringing Pixel like Night Sight to Galaxy S10. The device does come with what Samsung calls “Bright Night” but it’s not nearly as good as Pixel 3. Google uses AI and Machine Learning to fix the photos taken at night and it works flawlessly. Google did add the feature to the old Pixel devices using software updates so there’s no reason why Samsung can’t do it. Samsung is currently calling the feature “super night mode” and is expected to roll it out with the future updates.

Via: BGR

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