Samsung is known for providing one of the best cameras in its flagship smartphones. The Samsung Galaxy S10 series and the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 series are live examples of the same. That said, the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S11 series of smartphones is going to take things a bit further as we are likely going to see the company’s first-ever 108MP camera smartphone with the likes of the Galaxy S11 lineup. Now, a new trademark filed by the company suggests a possible feature that might be coming up with the series – Super Zoom.
Samsung Galaxy S11 will likely come with a Super Zoom feature
We already know that Samsung has dubbed the camera of the Samsung Galaxy S11 as Hubble. In case you don’t know as to what Hubble stands for, you might want to know more about the Hubble Space Telescope (which, in fact, was named after the American astronomer Edwin Hubble) that can take pictures of the distant objects in the space.
And, if this codename wasn’t hint enough for us, Samsung has now filed a new trademark for the Super Zoom moniker. The trademark was filed to the European Union Intellectual Property Office yesterday and it clearly suggests what we are going to witness in the coming future. On top of providing the hardware support with the likes of the new lens, Samsung will also back it up with its software to provide for an excellent photography experience with the Samsung Galaxy S11 series of smartphones.
The Super Zoom feature would most likely take on the current flagships, take the Huawei Mate 30 series for instance whose camera has an astonishing amount of detail even when zoomed at 50X.
In addition to the camera capabilities of the Samsung Galaxy S11, we have got another intel surrounding the battery capacity of the device. As per a recent report, the Samsung Galaxy S11 could feature around 3,700mAh battery which is more than the ones found on the Samsung Galaxy S10 and the Samsung Galaxy S10e (3,400mAh and 3,100mAh respectively).
Moreover, it is being speculated that the Samsung Galaxy S11 will be powered with Qualcomm’s upcoming flagship processor, the Snapdragon 865 which will be coupled with up to 12GB of RAM. The display of the Samsung Galaxy S11 is also rumored to feature either 90Hz or 120Hz refresh rate. All this, however, are assumptions as of now, so we might as well take them with a pinch of salt.
In another turn of events, Samsung has started rolling out the latest One UI 2.0 beta update to the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus devices in various countries including Germany and India. If you are living in any of these countries, you might want to check your device for the latest update.
As of now, this is all we know about the Samsung Galaxy S11 series of smartphones, but we are surely going to get more news related to the same in the coming days.
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