Mobile will also offer the 5G Galaxy S10

This is the top version of the Galaxy S10. It's Samsung's all-new Galaxy A9 - the greatest Christmas present camera obsessed smartphone user. While the feature could certainly make its way to older phones as well, expect it to be an S10 exclusive at launch. Apart from hinting that a new standard of fast charging might be introduced with the upcoming Galaxy S10 series, the tipster did not reveal any other information. Samsung Galaxy M20 will run on an Exynos 7885 with 3 GB of RAM and will have on the back a double rear camera (arranged vertically) and fingerprint sensor. The two biggest advancements I've seen in smartphone cameras are image stabilisation and the ability to take really good pictures in low light without the need to use a tripod or additional light sources. "'Take bright pictures even in very dark conditions" says another code. There's also your chance to win an-all new Samsung Galaxy A9 below!

On to the camera: XDA Developers looked at the One UI Android Pie-based beta, and discovered a camera mode called Bright Night.

With pre-installed screen protectors, the Samsung Galaxy S10 range will come closer to some of the Chinese flagships, including the ones from OnePlus, Vivo, and Oppo that all come with a screen protector installed out-of-the-box.

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 fresh development also suggests that Samsung could eventually reserve the Galaxy S10 name for the 5G-supported 10th-anniversary model that is speculated to be the most premium smartphone by the company. Since Malaysia is a key market for Samsung, you can be sure that we will be among the first countries to get it.