Samsung Galaxy S10 series smartphones features ‘Bright Night’ mode that helps users shoot better photos in the night-time and low light. A recent software update (G975FXXU1ASD5) further improved the night time photography on Galaxy S10 and added a new ‘Night’ option in the camera app.

To remind you, Bright Night was an automatic feature of Samsung Galaxy S10 smartphones until this update (G975FXXU1ASD5). Now users can choose the new ‘Night’ button in the camera app whenever they want to capture photos in low light.



The new update with April 2019-security patch is rolling out globally to Galaxy S10 phones. Alongside Night mode option, the update improves HDR mode, the stability of Wi-Fi connection, and touch optimizations for Pocket Mode.

If no update notification arrived on your phone yet, check for it manually by heading into the Settings > Software update > Download and install.

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Download & Install firmware update on Galaxy S10

To install the update manually on your Samsung Galaxy S10 series phones, download the firmware and flash using Odin.

Download latest firmware update for your phone and region (Galaxy S10/Galaxy S10 Plus/Galaxy S10e) and follow this detailed guide.

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