Samsung Galaxy S11 may come with a Bright Night Sensor

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There have been rumours that Samsung is prepping a new 108MP camera sensor for the Galaxy S11-series, so that's a lot to look forward to.

Moreover, what is interesting about this future feature is that in the patent listing, the company desires to improve the hardware segment, not in the software on. The next report said that the Galaxy S11 may feature display with a 120Hz refresh rate.

This sensor has been developed through Samsung and Xiaomi's collaboration and it promises 4-in-1 pixel-binned 27-megapixel photos with heaps of detail. A second, 5x telephoto is also reported. As part of innovation in the camera, this should be available with Samsung Galaxy S11.

Samsung's next flagship phone will also supposedly have a 6.9-inch 120Hz touch display with a length and width of 166.9 x 76 x 8mm, making it bigger in all areas than its predecessor.

The design has leaked earlier, which also showed the same features. The smartphone is expected to feature a periscope system for its zoom system. And now on top of that it's taking Apple's meme-worthy number of cameras and adding more.

Trudeau, Freeland to meet Mexico's NAFTA point man in Ottawa
Seade said it was only in the last few days that the three countries had draft texts of these side deals to look over. Trudeau said at the start of their meeting Friday that "we know there's still a little more work to do".

A new page has popped up on the Samsung Malaysia website revealing a new promotion.

"Image sensors for video cameras; Image sensor for photographic devices; Camera image sensors for smartphones; Camera image sensors for tablet computers; Light sensors for smartphone cameras; Light sensors for tablet computer cameras".

For those with a more modest budget, you can choose the Eco Bundle instead.

Samsung's Galaxy Fold has had a bit of an uneven launch, with a first attempt cancelled in light of multiple reviewers experiencing issues with their devices.

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