The leaks of an upcoming smartphone these days is not just limited to its images and design, many features of the smartphone also get leaked before its launch. The latest to be the victim of features leak is the Samsung Galaxy S10 series. The features that have come to light include Full-HD Super Slow Motion, Best Shot, HDR10+ video recording, flaw detection improvements, super steady video recording and scene optimiser with Ultra-Wide Angle support.
We are going to briefly explain each – feature of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S10 so that you have a rough idea about what all of them do.
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1080p Super Slow Motion
Initially we found out that a code showing support for recording Super Slow-mo videos in FHD (1080p) resolution has been added. To recall, the Super Slow-mo feature was incorporated in the Samsung Galaxy S9, which allows you to take 0.2 seconds of 960fps video at 720 in automatic mode. Either this, or you can take 0.4 seconds of 480fps video at 720p in manual mode. This feature will produce more detailed slow-motion videos as it has a bump in resolution to FHD. The South-Korean tech giant will take videos in environments in low-light conditions.
0.8 second Super Slow Motion
There will be support for capturing 0.8 seconds at standard quality and 0.4 seconds at high quality. Samsung Galaxy S10 will reportedly have 0.4 seconds of 960fps and 0.8 seconds of 480fps which can be enhanced to 960fps via its software.
There will be a feature for Best Shot too, which is meant to help you click perfectly aligned shots. The Samsung Galaxy S10 will automatically hit the shutter when it detects a shot is being lined up. You don’t need to click the shutter button anymore. Pretty neat if you ask us.
Bokeh effects for Live Focus
The Bokeh effects will help the Samsung Galaxy S10 to blur, colour point, mono, slide, light, spin, vintage and zoom. Blur will be the normal bokeh blur and colour point will turn the blurred background into black and white, whereas mono will make the entire picture black and white. Side light, on the other hand, will add an effect of a light on the side of your face, and spin will spin the light around the background. As of now, it is not known what vintage and zoom are going to do.
Document scanning was released by Adobe when Samsung added third-party plugins for Bixby Vision. The smartphone company is incorporating the document scanning support into the camera of the Samsung Galaxy S10. The camera will use AI that will show a button which will help you click pictures of documents without distortion.
Other features include HEIF Format pictures, dual capture with wide-angle, flaw detection upgrades, scene optimiser upgrades and super steady video.