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We have been hearing a lot about the upcoming entry-level Galaxy M series for the past couple of months - a new series which is expected to succeed the Galaxy J, Galaxy On and Galaxy C series phones from Samsung. However, the smartphone was also the first built by Samsung to forgo the 3.5mm audio port in favour of USB-C and Bluetooth solutions. According to the tipster Ice Universe, the Galaxy S10 phones might ship with faster charging technology, making 15W charging a thing of the past. "Taking picture", "Take multiple shots and combine them to get brighter, clearer pictures in low light without using the flash". The clue is contained within the codes in Samsung's latest One UI (Android Pie) beta firmware. That one front-facing camera (or two, if you're talking about the Galaxy S10 Plus, ) will be more of a hero feature than any front-facing camera released on any previous Samsung smartphone - barring the A8s shown here, of course.

The string they found referred to Bright Night which allows the user "to take bright pictures even in very dark conditions". Samsung will be calling this feature as Bright Night which will take on Google's Night Sight and will work on similar nodes.

The Galaxy S10 lineup could see daylight in February just ahead of the MWC conference, while the first units would be delivered to customers in early March, as per Samsung's typical schedule. According to a new report from XDA, it'll also come with a new camera mode called "Bright Night".

The alleged Samsung Galaxy M20 is said to hit UK, Germany, France, Poland and Scandinavia to start with, and we also expect the same to launch in India later since the production has reportedly commenced in Samsung's Noida factory.

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