If you’re a T-Mobile customer and are waiting for the Manual Night Mode update on the Samsung Galaxy S10 and the S10+, well, the wait is finally over. The carrier is finally rolling out the update which enables the much-awaited camera feature and is surprisingly the last carrier to send the update. AT&T and Verizon have already posted the updates a couple of months ago while Sprint sent out the update at the end of July.
This update is bundled with the August security patch containing the firmware number – G97*U1UEU2ASGB. It is around 605MB in size, so be sure to be on Wi-Fi or an unlimited data network before downloading the update. Apart from the obvious, this update also introduces a QR Code scanner on the Galaxy S10 and the Galaxy S10+ camera.
The addition of this camera feature will finally allow customers to take full control of night photos. Previously, the phone used the Bright Night feature for night photos which is based on an automatic algorithm that was not always perfect.
But giving full control of the camera features will allow users to take photos on par with some of the best cameraphones in the industry today. Samsung hasn’t repeated the same mistake with the Galaxy Note 10, which broke cover recently with one of the best mobile cameras in the business.
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Source: Tizen Help
Via: Phone Arena