Samsung has released a minor update for the Galaxy S10 and S10 + flagships, improving the performance of the subscreen fingerprint scanner. And in the near future, they promise an update with a special night shooting mode.
Previously, owners of brand new “ten” complained about what ultrasonic scanners do not work as fast as we could and sometimes did not recognize finger. Often problems arose on smartphones with protective films, and branded, although the manufacturer had previously assured that they would not affect the operation of the sensor.
According to users, after updating, scanners began to work much faster and react to pressing instantly.
The update weighs only 6.9 MB, but so far only available in Germany and Poland. In the near future, residents of other countries will receive it.
What’s in the plans?
Ice Universe insider says that Samsung will soon release another update that will add a special night mode to the camera, as well as updated algorithms for shooting.
It seems that the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10 + cameras decided to “pull up” to the level of Google and Huawei. Now the “dozen” has the Bright Night mode, but it works automatically (that is, the user can not turn it on manually ) and is not so good.
Samsung is redesigning the camera “Night” mode for the Galaxy S10 series. This option is isolated, just like the Video, Pro independent mode. In addition, the camera algorithm has also been updated, this major update will be launched in April or May. pic.twitter.com/fQddhkENUq
— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) April 12, 2019
When to expect?
The update is expected in April or May.
Source: SamMobile, Ice Universe