Galaxy S10 is Samsung’s newest Android flagship that is available in a number of different varieties; the Galaxy S10e, standard S10, S10+ and S10 5G.
Each version of the S10 is appealing for the different reasons thanks to differences in price and features for each.
The hardware has released to much fanfare, both from media outlets and Samsung fans that have already picked up the device.
In fact, Express.co.uk recently reviewed the S10+ and awarded it four-and-a-half stars out of five.
In particular, Technology Editor David Snelling praised the flagship for its triple-camera system, great battery life and stunning screen.
However, one area this publication noticed the S10 fell short of its rivals such as the Mate 20 Pro, P30 Pro and Pixel 3 was in regard to low-light photography.
The Samsung phone does have a camera feature called “Bright Night”, but unlike the low-light modes offered from the rivals mentioned above, it does not allow users to summon it whenever they want.
Instead, the S10’s scene detection software will only turn on the feature when it thinks an area is dark enough, and even then it still only makes a subdued difference to shots.
However, renowned tipster Ice Universe has taken to Twitter and has claimed Samsung is “redesigning” its night mode for the S10.
In particular it was said the firm will soon allow users to access the mode in a dedicated fashion rather than it only being available when the device thinks it is needed.
Plus, Ice Universe insisted the algorithm for the mode is being altered, suggesting it could be improved to compete with the likes of the Mate 20 Pro and Pixel 3.
The tipster said: “Samsung is redesigning the camera ‘Night’ mode for the Galaxy S10 series.
“This option is isolated, just like the Video, Pro independent mode.
“In addition, the camera algorithm has also been updated, this major update will be launched in April or May.”
If the timings discussed by the leaker are accurate, it appears Galaxy S10 owners could receive a substantial camera upgrade very soon.
It is presumed, but not confirmed, all models of Samsung’s new flagship will be granted the claimed improvement.