Realme C2 & Realme C3 won't get camera night mode due to hardware limitation, no plans for Narzo 10A
Realme is among those OEMs that are known for providing quality software updates on time. Realme has been providing its devices with some cool features lately and it looks like the OEM doesn’t intend on slowing down.
It was reported earlier that all devices that have received the Realme UI 1.0 update will get the Smooth scrolling and Deep Cleanup features. Also, a Realme camera developer has recently stated in a QnA that the Realme 5 Pro camera UI will get support for Google Lens and AI stickers.
However, things are not as bright for Realme C2 and Realme C3 in terms of the camera Night Mode functionality as per some of the posts from the same QnA. Users want the Night Mode to be added in the Realme C2 and Realme C3 camera but it seems that hardware limitations do not allow that.
The Realme camera developer clearly stated for both devices that the Night Mode feature is not on cards because the hardware does not support it. Well, this is a bit disappointing for those who were looking forward to capture some long exposure shots on their Realme C2 and Realme C3.
On the contrary, Realme Narzo 10A might get the Night Mode functionality for the camera as the developer stated that they will consider adding it. However, the developer also mentioned that there are currently no plans for it.
That said, we hope Realme Narzo 10A gets the Night Mode functionality soon. As for the Realme C2 and C3, the OEM has been doing a pretty good job in providing handy features to both devices, however, there is only so much that a device can do if the underlying hardware does not support it.
Meanwhile, you can check out the list of devices from Realme that we think will get the upcoming Android 11 (Realme UI 2.0) update as Google is almost ready to release the latest OS.
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