The Dutch technology blog LetsGoDigital recently reveals a new trademark document of “Bright Night Sensor” applied by Samsung. All signs indicate that Samsung’s 2020 flagship Galaxy S11 series will have enhancement in night shooting.
Judging from the trademark name Bright Night Sensor by Samsung, this should be a camera sensor mainly for night shooting. Samsung also expects to use its own image sensor component. At the same time, this patent is a category 9 application submit by Samsung Electronics to the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO) on November 28, 2019. It covers product lines such as cameras / photographic equipment / smartphones / tablets images or light sensors .
Earlier reports said that the Samsung Galaxy S11 expects to use a 108-megapixel main camera and a five-time optical zoom lens. As well as special features such as Space Zoom, Single Take and Video Spin. The Samsung Galaxy S11 + will come equip with 108MP main camera, 48MP sub camera, plus an ultra wide-angle lens and a ToF lens, supporting 10x optical zoom and 100x hybrid zoom. There are two processor versions, Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 and Samsung Exynos 990. A built-in 4900mAh battery costs $999.
In addition, Samsung S11 also appears on GeekBench 5.0.3 running points website. The information shows that the Samsung S11 has a single-core running score of 427 points and a multi-core running score of 2326 points. It is equip with Exynos 9830 chip (Exynos 990) and 12GB RAM. The Android 10 system is pre-installed on the factory.
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