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  • Samsung Galaxy S11 camera will get sensor adapted for night shooting

    Despite the fact that several months remain before the presentation of the flagship Samsung Galaxy S11, insiders continue to find new information about the smartphone. Another leak is associated with the capabilities of the main camera, which is attributed to the presence of a special photosensor.

    Samsung Galaxy S11 camera will get sensor adapted for night shooting

    The leak was provided by the authoritative resource LetsGoDigital, which discovered in the documents of the European Intellectual Property Office a trademark associated with night shooting technology. The description of the document indicates the registration of a special photosensitive sensor for smartphone cameras and video cameras.

    Based on past leaks, insiders suggested that the Galaxy S11 back camera will feature a range of sensors: a primary, a telephoto lens, a wide-angle lens sensor, a 3D sensor, and a night sensor. In this case, the leading module is expected to receive a resolution of 108 megapixels. The presence of laser autofocus, a technology that competitors are already actively using, is also expected in the flagship camera.

    From previously published rumors, it is known that the smartphone will receive an Exynos 990 processor with a base frequency of 1.95 GHz and up to 12 GB of RAM. Preliminary results of testing the device in the Geekbench base - 427 in single-core and 2326 in multi-core mode.

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