Yep, that's right. I took this shot on Saturday evening during our Slow Exposure Workshop on my Samsung Galaxy Note 9 phone. I wanted to test out the phone's ability to take a slow exposure shot.
I used the 'pro' mode in the phone to manually set the aperture, ISO and shutter speed. I set the shutter to 1/4second. I used a phone mount to attach it to my MeFoto tripod. I also set the phone to shoot in RAW mode so I could edit the photo afterwards in Lightroom.
Here's the edited RAW file. While the phone did a great job at shooting the slow exposure, the RAW file was noisy and you could really tell the limits of the small sensor of the phone. I was unable to push the edit from the phone as far as I would push a camera edit.
But, just goes to show that smartphones have come along way and that you can get decent shots in challenging situations with them.