Phone cameras have drastically improved in recent years, but we've apparently reached the age in which they're being used to film episodes of late night television.
"Be sure to tune in on Monday March 25th for an entire show captured #withGalaxy S10+ in partnership with @SamsungMobileUS!" The Tonight Show tweeted Tuesday. "Jimmy's filming all over the city and might just go to a bar with @TheNotoriousMMA."
This isn't the first time a phone's camera has been used to shoot something traditionally captured with a professional setup. Director Steven Soderbergh shot his Netflix movie High Flying Bird, which premiered in February, . In October, late night host Jimmy Kimmel partnered with Google to film Eminem's performance atop the Empire State Building. And publications like Time and have used the iPhone to shoot and create covers for their magazines.
Films shot on phones are also no stranger to the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, the group behind the Oscars. One of the , a full-length feature released in 2015, landed a spot in the Academy Museum. And Searching for Sugar Man, which won the Academy Award for Best Documentary in 2013, was partially shot on an iPhone.
The Galaxy S10 Plus, which features three rear cameras, has already , but it'll be put to the ultimate test Monday on broadcast television. Stay tuned.