One of the features of the Google Pixel 3 is its Night Sight mode, which for those unfamiliar is a camera mode that when activated, will be able to take some pretty stunning low-light photos, the likes of which were previously not available on smartphones. This resulted in many other companies following suit with their own mode, like Samsung’s Bright Night.
The feature made its debut on the Samsung Galaxy S10 and for those who do not own the Galaxy S10, you’ll be pleased to learn that according to a report from SamMobile, the feature has started to make its way onto older Samsung devices, such as the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 where the update has started to begin its roll out.
If you don’t see the feature yet, not to worry because there is a chance that it could be pushed out in stages and phases. So far, initial impressions of the feature which has since rolled out to the Galaxy S9 is that it seems to be working similarly to the version on the Galaxy S10. It definitely will not be 100% the same due to both models using slightly different camera hardware, but for the most part, it should be able to get the job done.
In the meantime, for those who are curious as to how the Bright Night mode holds up, you can check out our review of the Samsung Galaxy S10’s camera.
|Battery Capacity (mAh)||4000 mAh||3400 mAh|
|Processor Name||Snapdragon 845||Snapdragon 855|
|Street Price||$695 Galaxy Note 9 on Amazon||$690 Galaxy S10 on Amazon|
|Link to full specs||Galaxy Note 9 Full specs and details||Galaxy S10 Full specs and details|