Galaxy S10 users on T-Mobile are finally getting the dedicated Night mode in the camera app. The new camera feature comes via a software update that is now rolling out over the air. T-Mobile is the last of the big four US carriers to roll out the update. Customers of AT&T, Verizon, and Sprint were treated with the new feature last month.
T-Mobile Galaxy S10 gets Night mode
T-Mobile is rolling out a new software update for the Galaxy S10 series in the US. The update introduces the long-awaited dedicated Night mode feature to the device’s camera app. It comes with the July 2019 security patch, though we are past mid-August now and unlocked Galaxy S10 units are already receiving the August security patch.
The new update for the Galaxy S10 weighs in at 604.97MB and carries the firmware version G973U1UEU2ASGB. The Galaxy S10e and S10+ are also getting a similar-sized update over the air. The update is accompanied by a generic changelog, so it’s not yet clear if features like QR Scanner make the cut or not.
T-Mobile Galaxy S10 users should get a notification once the update is available for their unit. The update can also be manually triggered from the Settings » Software update menu on the phone. Note that updates are released in stages and may not be available for every user right away. If there’s no update available for you, it’s best to wait a day or two until it arrives. Alternatively, you can download the compatible firmware for the update from our database (Galaxy S10e | S10 | S10+) and flash it on your phone.