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Samsung trademarks new “Bright Night” camera sensor for S11 series

Do you remember about the “Bright Night Shot” feature that Samsung released with Galaxy S10 and Note10 series? Turns out that was a software upgrade and this time around, the South Korean giant is looking forward to overhauling the camera assembly by upgrading all the sensors. The company has filed a patent for a “Bright Night” image/light sensor with the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO) that it will roll out with the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S11 series.

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The new Bright Night senor will enable users to take exceptional images and videos during nighttime (aka low-light photography). The upcoming S11 series has already got a colossal upgrade with a primary 108MP main shooter along with a periscope 5x optical zoom module and a total of five cameras that will make up its rear camera module.

Apart from that, the Samsung Galaxy S11 series is heavily rumored or some parts of it are confirmed such as the inclusion of video recording up to 8K, laser autofocus, Single Take Photo, Night Hyperlapse, Director’s View, and Vertical Panorama that were teased earlier.

This proves that Samsung is looking forward to revamping its camera department and is including a boatload of features to its image sensors that might outrun its rivals this year and next year as well.

Samsung Galaxy S11 Release Date

As per the timeline that Samsung follows is concerned, the Samsung Galaxy S11 release date will be somewhere around February 2020. Till the, TechTantrum will keep an eye on all the Samsung Galaxy S11 rumors and leaks that come around so that you get a clear picture of the upcoming device even before it releases.[Also Read: Samsung Galaxy S11 Specs]

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Samsung trademarks new “Bright Night” camera sensor for S11 series
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Do you remember the “Bright Night Shot” feature that Samsung released with Galaxy S10 & Note10 series? Turns out Samsung will include a hardware sensor now.
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