Check out these new features from Samsung Galaxy S20 that will soon be on your S10 and Note 10!
After the release of the powerful Samsung Galaxy S20 series, it looks like Samsung did not forget their older devices yet! Starting from now, new updates will be rolling out to the Samsung Galaxy S10 and Samsung Galaxy Note 10 series to bring some of the awesome features from Samsung's latest devices. Let’s find out what features from the Galaxy S20 series you will be getting for your Galaxy S10 and Galaxy Note 10 devices.
To begin with, the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy Note 10 series will now be getting some of the beloved camera features from the Galaxy S20 series. Starting from Single Take, you will be able to use the mode that works with AI to capture several photos and videos at once, and it will later recommend the best shot for you. Other than that, S10 devices will also get an improved Night Mode update, while the addition of Night Hyperlapse will be available for both Galaxy S10 and Note10 series.
It doesn’t just stop there. With Custom Filter, you will get to create your own filter with the colours and styles you want from a favourite photo of yours, and use it on another photo. The S10 and Note 10 devices will have new features to help with organizing the content as well. Using Clean View, the AI will recognize similar shots of the same objects and group them together for simpler access. There is also Quick Crop which brings the ability to crop an image seamlessly with an icon located at the top left-hand corner.
For people who like to film stuff with their S10 and Note 10 devices, Pro Video is here to give you more control, allowing you to adjust settings like ISO, shutter speed and exposure level. You can also now switch between the front-facing and rear cameras while recording videos. Not just camera features, other updates like Quick Share and Music Share will be available as well for a seamless sharing experience.
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