The Samsung Galaxy S10 will be launched soon, and given how much focus and emphasis is placed on smartphone cameras these days, we expect that Samsung will have something amazing for us. Based on the leaks we’ve seen, the higher-end Samsung models will sport a triple camera setup on the back, while the budget model will sport a dual camera setup.


However there is a chance that in terms of camera software features, they could share the same features. According to the folks at XDA Developers, they have uncovered a bunch of potential camera features that we might be able to expect. This includes 1080p Super Slow Motion, 0.8 second Super Slow Motion, Best Shot, Bokeh Effects for Live Focus, Document Scanning, HEIF Format Pictures, HDR10+ video recording, and more.

It is unclear if these features will be shared across all three phones or if they might be limited to the regular and plus models of the Galaxy S10. However we wouldn’t be surprised if they were. This is because for the most part, Apple has done the same with the iPhone XR and the iPhone XS and XS Max.

There have also been reports of Samsung introducing a feature called Bright Sight which is the company’s alleged attempts to take on Google’s Night Sight mode.

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