Samsung has begun rolling out a new firmware update for the Galaxy Note20 Ultra, starting in Germany, bringing improvements to the camera's night mode, battery life improvements, and more.
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Samsung has applied for a trademark for a "Super ISO" term. The application suggests that a feature named such might make it to the S20 flagships that focus on improving low-light photography.
Android users have had access to a night mode feature on Twitter for quite a while now, although it wasn't a proper dark mode as it offered a gray theme. That changes today as a new dark mode is out.
Users on Reddit have been posting that the Android Auto update, which includes a massive interface overhaul and a dark mode is now rolling out to users. The update can also be forced.
Hours before the unveiling of the Galaxy Note10, carriers are still pressing on with updating the previous Note9 flagship which in this instance brings native Night mode and QR scanning.
In a move following a series of updates to Galaxy devices across carriers Verizon will be updating a few devices. Verizon is the latest to release the update, but T-Mobile users will have to wait.
Samsung's Galaxy Note9 is beginning to receive a QR scanner and the Night mode treatment for its camera in Germany, after the feature rollout to the Galaxy S10 series in April of this year.
Twitter is adding support for night mode, real-time tweet stats and more to the Windows PWA, mobile website and Twitter Lite. These updates bring further feature parity with apps on other platforms.
Telegram 4.8 is now available for download. The update brings new features including Telegram Login, automatic night mode, and video streaming for the times you want to watch content right away.
Aside from breaking Night modes in the Fall Creators Update, users are also reporting that it breaks colors in certain games and other elements within Windows. Rolling back the driver is possible.
After being in testing as reported earlier this month, Twitter has officially started rolling out the new Night mode feature to the general public, an experience that is much easier on the eyes.
Google may have given a glimmer of hope for Nexus 5X and 6P owners with regard to the fingerprint gestures of Android 7.1 that aren't supported due to firmware limitations of last years Nexus devices.
Google has said that Night Mode will not be featured in Android 7.1 if you are using a non-Pixel Google device. The news is bad for Nexus users who have already been denied the Pixel launcher.
The latest preview of Android 7.1 Nougat does away with one basic feature on non-Pixel devices: Night Mode. It's unclear if Google will bring it back or is just reserving it for Pixel phones.