I've used a Note3, Note4, LGV20, Note9, Note10, Note20 Ultra, iPhone 11.....no matter how much you toggle the dials & switches the colors on the Note phones are just NOT as color accurate as the LG or iPhone. The whole entire color management system is out of whack on the Samsung phone.....regardless of the nonsense the "reviewers" say. You are a photographer....TRUST your eyes.....you're not crazy. I'm a photographer myself and I have resorted to simply purchasing an iPhone to upload images to Instagram.🤷♀️ If you're using a "color-calibrated workflow" THERE IS NOTHING WRONG WITH YOUR PICTURES....it's the device. Regardless of what some "reviewer" or whoever might say.....it's the device. Get a used or refurbished iPhone, post an image to Instagram, and you'll see how much closer the color is to your original intent. Samsung USED to have a special screen mode for "photographers" in the Note 3 but they removed it and have resorted to these consumer-friendly color modes that are wildly out of whack.
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This is NOT ANY KIND of solution to ANYTHING remotely close to the issue that was described. If all you're suggesting is for the user to disable the "Night Light" setting then just say so. There is absolutely no reason to "download" anything from Google to change the "Night Light" setting. In addition, I have no idea WHY Samsung's own forum is marking THIS useless information as anything close to an ACTUAL solution to anything. Instead, Samsung could release a "FIX" that would enable users to have more control over the WILD color shifts in their phones.
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