Samsung Galaxy M20 will have a 5,000 mAh super-battery?

Samsung Galaxy M20 will have a 5,000 mAh super-battery?

Samsung Galaxy M20 will have a 5,000 mAh super-battery?

This means there will be the Galaxy S10 Edge instead of the regular Galaxy S10 - sitting in the middle of the most inferior and the most premium versions. Based on leaks, the South Korea major is planning to launch four models of the Galaxy S10, with the top-end model being the company's first phone that may feature 5G and a total of six cameras. The next-generation Samsung smartphone, likely to be called the Galaxy S10, will reportedly come in four variants. However, the smartphone was also the first built by Samsung to forgo the 3.5mm audio port in favour of USB-C and Bluetooth solutions. 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.

XDA wasn't able to test the feature, but the latest APK for Samsung's One UI camera includes some very telling strings. It would basically operate similarly to all the competitor's features, taking multiple snaps and combining them, with the resulting final one being brighter.

It also further pushes forward rumors pointing towards the use of Samsung's Infinity O display (which sees the front-facing camera completely surrounded by screen in a "pinhole" design). According to a new report from XDA, it'll also come with a new camera mode called "Bright Night". "Take bright pictures even in very dark conditions", says the code.

This new feature goes by the name Bright Night and is described by Samsung's own code as a low-light feature as follows. The upcoming device is expected to be unveiled in February at the Mobile World Congress scheduled to be held between 24th of February to 27th of February 2019.

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