Published: Fri, November 08, 2019
Electronics | By Kelly Massey

Samsung leak showcases insane Galaxy S11 feature

Samsung leak showcases insane Galaxy S11 feature

A new Samsung patent has just surfaced, and it seems like it's meant for the Galaxy S11.

Samsung originally planned to globally release Galaxy Fold in April but the release was postponed due to technical malfunctions found in the display and hinge.

Just yesterday, a rumor surfaced claiming that the Galaxy S11's camera carries the "Hubble" codename.

Sammobile have discovered that Samsung has recently filed a trademark for the Space Zoom name at the European Union Intellectual Property Office. It was filed as class 9/42 and was tagged as "smartphones, tablet computers; smartwatches; software to zoom in to a subject without lowering image quality". GSM Arena reports that Samsung have trademarked a feature called "Space Zoom". The Hubble Space Telescope features an especially powerful camera.

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However, with the Galaxy S11 not expected to make its official debut until sometime next spring, a lot of specifics may still be in flux, with even Ice Universe not wanting to say too much more without additional info.

Come next year, Samsung is expected to equip the same tech on some of the Galaxy S11 versions, with one insider speculating that Samsung might favor 120Hz screens over 90Hz.

The revolutionary Galaxy Fold will launch in Nigeria on the 14th of November 2019 at which time more details will be shared about local pricing, availability and where to purchase the device. We're expecting a display camera hole to be included as well, but it will be smaller than the one on the Galaxy Note 10 series.

Galaxy Club adds that the Galaxy S11 probably isn't the only Samsung phone that will arrive with the same periscope system in 2020.

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