Samsung is bringing Galaxy S20 features to the S10 and Note 10

Alonzo Simpson
March 25, 2020

Samsung announced this morning that it is bringing a variety of software things you find on the Galaxy S20 lineup to the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy Note 10 families.

New features include the innovative Single Take mode and support for Samsung's new Quick Share feature. Lastly, there's a new Single Take option in the camera app that automatically shoots photos and videos of an object with all available camera lenses.

With an improved Night Mode on the Galaxy S10 series, and the addition of Night Hyperlapse on both Galaxy S10 and Note10 series, you'll be able to capture even more awesome photos and videos even in low light. Samsung has the habit of updating their previous flagship phones with features from the new phone and that is what they have done.

Samsung put the full announcement on its website with details of all changes that phones in the Galaxy S10 series (which includes the Galaxy S10+) and the Galaxy Note 10 series (which includes the Galaxy Note 10+) will get. The "Night Mode" on the Galaxy S10 series will be improved and it will also get "Night Hyperlapse". The improved Night Mode and Night Hyperlapse will allow the S10 and Note 10 series users to take even better photos and videos in low light.

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Additionally, both 2019 Galaxy flagships will get Quick Share and Music Share features.

Custom Filter, which allows users to create their own filter with colours and styles that they like, will be added as well on both the Galaxy S10 series and Galaxy Note 10 series.

The Gallery app is also getting a new feature called Clean View. On top of that, you can take advantage of the new Quick Crop tool that, you guessed it, lets you quickly crop photos.

Samsung says update will be released "in select markets in the coming weeks, including the United States". There's also Music Share, which lets you extend your Bluetooth connection to a friend, so you don't need to disconnect from your own auto stereo or speaker when they want to play their music.

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