Published: Mon, December 02, 2019
Electronics | By Kelly Massey

Samsung Galaxy S11 Will Come with a New Feature - Bright Night Camera

Samsung Galaxy S11 Will Come with a New Feature - Bright Night Camera

Samsung is one of the big companies that work on innovation while providing better products in the market.

The leaked Samsung Galaxy S11 screen protector confirms the almost bezel-less design, the Note 10-like centred single selfie camera and also shows that the screen of the S11 will be a lot flatter than the S10. Among all the things there are reports suggesting some camera features that might be in the next Galaxy device.

The main camera of the Samsung Galaxy S11+ is a 108-megapixel sensor which is accompanied by a 48MP secondary camera, a ToF lens, a wide-angle camera, and the all new Bright Night sensor.

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Past year we saw Samsung overhaul its camera assembly with the inclusion of Bright Night feature that enabled it with high-end nighttime photography. This patent signed with EIUIPO was spotted by LetsGoDigital and these are referred to as image sensors and light sensors.

In the contest of camera one-upmanship, low light photography is now one of the areas of focus, with Google's Pixel cameras famously offering a revolutionary AI-powered Night Sight Mode. The proposed S11 also looks strikingly similar to its Note 10, having its "Infinity-O" hole-punch front camera in the top-middle instead of the top-right. This new name will be used for the new camera sensors that will be used in smartphones and tablets.

Finally, the 8K video recording and laser autofocus will be the central features of the next Samsung Galaxy S11 models. Exynos chipset will be present in the global variant of the device. Now, the phone is thought to have been certified by the US FCC (United States Federal Communications Commission), indicating that the upcoming Galaxy A-series phone's launch will happen soon.

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