Many suggestions and rumors are on the way for the Galaxy S11 family. Currently, the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO) has shared detail about a new camera sensor called “Bright Night,” which, according to the description, will be used in Smartphones and tablets. The Korean phone maker expected to use this sensor in the upcoming Galaxy S11 series.
As we know that, Samsung has already used “Bright Night” as a dedicated night mode on the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy Note 10 series, but now the company is planning to make it into hardware features for better low-light photography experience.
The Samsung Galaxy S11 series will also be arriving with laser autofocus that could be capable to record up to 8K videos. These devices expected to have new Director’s View, Night Hyperlapse, Single Take Photo, and Vertical Panorama modes. A few days ago, we also shared a piece of news “the Galaxy S11 will have SAMOLED and will support up to 120Hz refresh rate.
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