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Samsung Will Have Bright Night Camera Sensor Integrated In Galaxy S11

Recently, the Dutch website LetsGoDigital has announced that the camera sensors could now be referred to as the “Bright Night” camera sensor. The reason behind such a suggestion is that Samsung has filed a patent with the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO) for its latest camera sensor termed Bright Night. This camera is predicted to be used in smartphones as well as tablets. The smartphone giant has confirmed that it will be launching Galaxy S11 series at the very beginning of 2020. There are 4G and 5G variants of Galaxy S11, Galaxy S11 Plus as well as the standard Galaxy S11e that are possibly going to be unveiled next year. The phones will have 5 rear cameras from which one will be the Bright Night camera sensor.

Samsung has designed the camera sensor for low-light photography. The latest camera can be found in Note 10 and Galaxy S10’s camera. The most fascinating part is that the feature automatically switches on the night mode on the phone’s camera for enhanced low-light photos. The patent had been filed by Samsung after it decided to have it included in the hardware feature. Samsung Galaxy S11 Plus will be having the new camera sensor along with its other features like 4-in-1 pixel-binning technique, 108 MP ISOCELL sensor, 48MP telephoto lens, and more. The recent leak shows that Galaxy S11 will have a lot of features.

Likewise, Samsung Electronics Singapore and Singapore based furniture brand Commune have signed a deal to help merge art and technology on Samsung premium The Frame and The Serif QLED televisions. The new partnership is expected to give the consumers a lot more options when arranging their home decor and living spaces. The Frame and the Serif are televisions that will come along with digital pieces of art that the consumers can select as per their interior choices. This is the first time a non-electronics authorized retailer has been selected by the tech giant for its television sector.

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