Samsung recently announced that it will be making several features on its Galaxy S20 series available to both Galaxy S10 and Galaxy Note10 devices. These features are primarily the latest Galaxy camera software technology, including Single Take and Night Hyperlapse, to name a few.
The Galaxy S10 and Note10 will also be receiving an improved Night Mode as well as the Custom Filter mode that enables users to customise and create their own filters. Based on their personal preference and then save it for application on all future photos.
On the other end of the camera spectrum, the Galaxy S10 and Note10 series are also getting the Pro Video option. Allowing for more intricate adjustments to a user’s shot, such as ISO levels, shutter speed, and exposure level. Further, the feature will also allow users to switch between rear and front cameras while recording video.
Intelligent Gallery is yet another feature making its way to the two Galaxy series devices. When available, Galaxy S10 and Note10 users will be able to group similar shots of a subject and declutter their display, in a manner of speaking. Not only that, but you can also perform what Samsung calls a Quick Crop of a chosen image.
Another important feature to be ported over to Samsung’s Galaxy S10 and Note10 series is Quick share and Music Share. Once updated, devices from both lineups should see the two options listed in the button panel.
Samsung says that it will release the software update bearing all the features sometime before the end of the month. If you still haven’t received it, do be patient as the Korean electronics giant may simply be rolling out the OTA in batches.