'Bright Night' could be Samsung's own version of 'Night Mode'

Samsung Galaxy M20 tipped to carry 5,000mAh battery; launch expected in select markets initially

Now a new leak has popped up on the web claiming that Samsung will launch the Galaxy M20 in select markets and the handset will include a 5,000mAh battery.

We have seen Google debuting its Night Sight mode with its latest version of Pixel Smartphones (Pixel 3 / 3 XL) and now the South Korean Giant is planning to bring a similar feature on its upcoming Galaxy S10 flagship smartphone. The feature was found by the XDA Developers website and is being said to arrive as a part of Samsung Galaxy S10.

It's possible to make out the design of the Galaxy S10 smartphone in numerous images of the protective cases included in the listing, seemingly revealing key design elements of the as-yet unannounced handset.

Samsung was the first company to officially introduce a smartphone with a camera under the display. That one front-facing camera (or two, if you're talking about the Galaxy S10 Plus, ) will be more of a hero feature than any front-facing camera released on any previous Samsung smartphone - barring the A8s shown here, of course.

Credit: Benjamin Geskin/TwitterThe folks over at XDA Developers have discovered lines of code that point to a new feature called Bright Night. The camera mode will allow users to "take bright pictures in very dark conditions" by combining multiple shots "to get brighter clearer pictures in low light without using the flash". Taking picture. /string string name="super_night_guide_ready" Brighten up this shot with Bright night. With every new rumor, it is apparent that Samsung is going all out with the Galaxy S10.

Rumours suggest Samsung will announce the Galaxy S10 on February 20th, before the official start of Mobile World Congress (MWC).

The much-talked about 5G Samsung smartphone is ostensibly coming to the major United States carriers.

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