Users with the older devices will soon be able to access the new features as part of an upcoming software update set to be rolled out to 10-series devices next week.
The tech giant has confirmed the move, which will enhance the images users capture with their handsets.
The Galaxy S20 debuted last month and the camera - which includes the ability to zoom in on faraway objects - has impressed customers and critics.
One of the popular features is the Single Take, which eliminates guesswork by capturing 10 photos and four videos with one push of the button.
S10 and Note 10 users will soon also be able to use the Night Hyperlapse mode - which makes light streaks out of moving vehicles - as well as Custom Filter and Pro Video.
The latter allows aspiring filmmakers to adjust the shutter speed, ISO and exposure level of their projects.
The new features will also include Clean View, which is an AI-enabled gallery feature which helps with organisation by grouping together similar images of the same subject.
While Samsung has confirmed its plans, the update's launch and exact features could vary based on location, carrier and model.