Samsung will be releasing its new flagship series next year – Galaxy S11. We have seen the Galaxy S11 leaks making rounds on the Internet. And well, one of the leaks also revealed its entire rear camera module design – which looked weird, to say the least. Now, a new leak has started making its way to the Internet – and this is related to camera as well. Samsung has now trademarked a new “Bright Night” sensor for the Samsung Galaxy S11.
This has been discovered from a patent filed with the European Union Intellectual Property Office – EUIPO. It has the details for the new camera image sensors for smartphones – named as Bright Night. Samsung Galaxy S11+ is supposed to have 5 camera sensors on the back of the device. Out of them, this can be either the 108MP Primary Camera Sensor or a whole new sensor for dedicated lowlight photography – which mode is also named as Bright Night mode on Samsung devices.
Another sensor which we will be seeing on the Samsung Galaxy S11+ would be a periscope zoom lens which will enable 5x optical zoom. The S11 Series will also have the laser autofocus and will be able to shoot 8K videos. Also, some modes have been revealed in the S11 Beta Code – namely Director’s View, Night Hyperlapse, Single Take Photo and Vertical Panorama.
After seeing all these new stuff for the camera, it can be pretty much confirmed that Samsung has focused a lot on the camera with the S11 Series. And it might even turn out to be a great camera phone – except that weird camera module. I’m still hoping that it turns out to be better in real life.