Samsung has also been engaged in improving its low-light performance, with a devoted Bright Night Mode, however, now a brand new trademark filing suggests the South Korean tech giant is planning to take the battle to the next stage. It will sell also third phone that has folds outward, similar in design to the recently announced, Bloomberg said.
This is likely to be an all-new dedicated sensor for night photography and videos which will debut on the S11 series. The trademark covers many of its products, but the timing is certainly interesting.
It also lines up with software already in the Galaxy S10.
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. Admittedly, it's not as good as competitors like the Pixel, so a dedicated sensor could go a long way.
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The Samsung Galaxy S11 ought to have an excellent camera if it wants to compete with the iPhones and the Pixels and the Mates of the world. This may come with 8K video recording, Night Hyperlapse, and Vertical Panoramas.
Galaxy S11 series of smartphones are expected to come with both 4G and 5G capability and powering the smartphone will either be a Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 SoC or an Exynos 990 SoC (depending on the market).
The first time we ever mentioned "Bright Night" was nearly a year ago. With impressive an impressive set of cameras from the iPhone 11 this year, it'll be interesting to see how it compares.