The Samsung Galaxy S11 will launch next year, likely in February. Over the past couple of months, there have been so many leaks about the device. This is not surprising, as we usually see this with virtually all phones.
While we await the launch of the device, some of the rumours and reports have already been confirmed. For example, we already know that the Samsung Galaxy S11 will sport a 108MP ultra-high-resolution photosensor. We also reported a leak that suggests that the device would have a centred dot-on screen design.
New reports about the Galaxy S11 point at a “Bright Night Sensor”. This is a special sensor to enhance the effect of night shooting. Samsung has already applied for a trademark for this technology. The EUIPO trademark filing shows that the “Bright Night Sensor” is a photosensitive element for products such as mobile phones and tablets.
Samsung named the night scene photography mode “Bright Night” on the Galaxy S10 series. The difference between that and this technology is that this is actually a hardware photosensitive element, not just some mode on the camera app. This means that the Samsung Galaxy S11 will enhance night scene shots by relying on both software and hardware.
The Samsung Galaxy S11 may come with the Exynos 990 for the Korean version and the Snapdragon 865 for the Chinese version. We will update you with more information about the device as soon as it’s available.