This feature is not confirmed by Samsung but was found in strings of code in the latest version of OneUI, which is based on Android 9 Pie beta on Samsung Galaxy Note 9. It features the world's very first smartphone quad camera, with each one suited and created to help you form the flawless shot.
It's possible to make out the design of the Galaxy S10 smartphone in numerous images of the protective cases included in the listing, seemingly revealing key design elements of the as-yet unannounced handset. Of course, Google isn't the only big phone maker to have introduced a feature along these lines, but it's clear that Samsung is interested in jumping on the bandwagon, especially after Google's Night Sight received so much attention. Users in the Weibo social network immediately after the announcement of the cost of the Samsung Galaxy A8s began to discuss it.
XDA wasn't able to test the feature, but the latest APK for Samsung's One UI camera includes some very telling strings. That software was inspected by XDA Developers and the camera app for the Galaxy Note 9 included a new non-activated feature. It would basically operate similarly to all the competitor's features, taking multiple snaps and combining them, with the resulting final one being brighter. You can probably guess what that is-it's Samsung's version of Google's nearly magical Night Sight feature on the Pixels. It is also rumoured that Samsung will be launching Galaxy S10 Lite, Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10 Plus smartphones during MWC 2019.
We're expecting that the Samsung Galaxy S10 family will be revealed at a Samsung event on February 20th, 2019.
To know more about Samsung's upcoming flagship series and its potential internal specifications, do check out our previous coverage below.