If you own a Samsung Galaxy Note 9 then there’s some very good news.
After the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S9 both received a useful camera upgrade it now seems that that Note series is next in line to get a dedicated night setting.
As spotted by SamMobile, it seems the Korean technology firm has begun pushing out their latest feature to phablet fans.
Night Mode helps boost the picture quality when the lights get low with photos appearing much brighter without using the flash.
Along with this photography bonus, the Samsung upgrade also brings some security fixes and the option to scan QR codes without using Bixby Vision.
You can check to see if this update is available by heading to Settings > System update.
Although Note 9 owners are sure to like this update there could be something a whole lot better arriving soon.
Rumours are rife that the Note 10 will launch in the summer with some even predicting August 10 as the date when Samsung will reveal all.
There’s no official confirmation about what will be included in this new release but there have been plenty of leaks which paint a pretty good picture of the future.
One of the latest pieces of speculation comes via some phone case images which clearly show a cut-out for what appears to be a triple rear camera.
This matches many other rumours that Samsung is including this trio of lenses which could sit in a vertical position on one side of the phone.
If true, it could mean Samsung is bringing a similar setup to that currently found on the Galaxy S10 with this device getting a wide-angle lens and improved zoom.
Other features that are expected to be packed inside this flagship include a faster processor, bigger battery and the option to refill other devices via Samsung’s PowerShare.
We can also expect to see some improvements to the S Pen and Samsung could also make the Note 9’s display almost totally bezel-free.
These will all be welcomed additions but there could be one update that might not please fans of this popular phone.
It’s looking almost certain that the headphone port is heading for the scrap heap with Samsung expected to remove this socket from the new Note.
This would follow almost every other smartphone maker who have all been removing the port from their devices.
We’ll have to wait and see how many of the rumours become a reality but, with that August release date looming, there might not be long left until we find out.