Adaptive pixel

What is Adaptive pixel?

Adaptive pixel is a Nightography camera feature on some Samsung Galaxy phones. It uses the Wide lens in Wide and Ultra Wide modes to combine two results to create incredible night-time pictures.

How does Adaptive pixel work?

Adaptive pixel works in two ways – details are captured using the 108-megapixel Re-mosaic mode, and brightness is captured using the 12-megapixel Nona-binning mode, creating the brightest and clearest photos ever on a Galaxy.

Which Samsung Galaxy phones have Adaptive pixel? 

The following phones available at Vodafone have Adaptive pixel:

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