Upgraded Night Mode Arriving for Samsung Galaxy S10 Series in May 2019 Update

Samsung Galaxy S10 series is getting a new software update which carries feature improvements as well as the new May 2019 security patch. For improvements, there have been changes to camera’s Night Mode along with an additional feature that allows users to capture Live Focus pictures using the telephoto lens. Currently, this update is available for Samsung Galaxy S10, S10 Plus, S10e. This is quite a welcome update as it shows Samsung is working hard on enhancing overall experience of Galaxy S10 through continued software releases.

The new update, as previously detailed, also includes May 2019 security patch which defends against security loopholes and exploits. Further, there is a new feature which allows users to capture Live Focus pictures through the telephoto lens which was previously only possible through the Galaxy S10 5G variant but thankfully, now, it has been ported to other Galaxy S10 phones. Even more, Night mode has been revamped to make way for better shots.

Samsung Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10 Plus, Galaxy S10e, May 2019 Update

Samsung Galaxy S10 Series: May 2019 Software Update Details

Samsung Galaxy S10 release was highly anticipated by enthusiasts all over. The Galaxy Series, initially started on June 4, 2010, now stands on its 10th iteration. New Galaxy S10 comes with amazing features and powerful hardware. Also, this has been the first time Samsung has announced more than two variants of their flagship: Galaxy S10 Plus, Galaxy S10e and Galaxy S10 5G. 5G edition was introduced to cater upcoming high-end networking technology.

New software features for the phones are arriving via a software update. Using built-in OTA(Over-the-air) update system, users can directly download and install the new firmware once the notification pops up. Being a regional roll-out, there are chances some devices might not recieve the new firmware immediately, so in that case, wait for it to arrive.

Let us know in the comments if you’ve received the update on your Samsung Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10 Plus or Galaxy S10e?

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