Samsung Galaxy S11 may come with a low light sensor

Ruben Fields
December 1, 2019

This is likely to be an all-new dedicated sensor for night photography and videos which will debut on the S11 series.

Apart from that, Samsung Galaxy S11 will also have a 108MP primary sensor, a dedicated periscope lens with 5x optical zoom, and a total of five camera aka Penta-camera system that will be housed in a new rectangular shaped camera bump which is expected to arrive in nearly all Samsung Galaxy smartphones including the budget and mid-range A-series although with a lower sensor number.

The Galaxy S11 camera will arrive with a huge 108MP Samsung ISOCELL HMX sensor, which goes to be better than the one available on the recently-launched Mi Note 10 and Mi MIX Alpha.

According to a recent EUIPO trademark filing, Samsung applied for a new trademark called "Bright Night Sensor", this is a hardware component that is a photosensitive element for products such as mobile phones.

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Back in August, South Korean tech giant the world's first 108-megapixel camera sensor. The latest speculation suggests that this series will also come with special sensors for night scenes. The next report said that the Galaxy S11 may feature display with a 120Hz refresh rate.

Apple's iPhone 11 come with a Night Mode feature that lets you take great photos at night time and now details on Samsung's equivalent for the Galaxy S11 have been revealed.

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