Based on the description included with the term on the trademark application, it's clear Samsung is planning to apply it to the hybrid zoom function it's believed to be working on for the Galaxy S11. There is not a rumor on the internet with regards to the Samsung Galaxy S11, but we know for sure that it will come with a 108MP camera. It's nearly certain that this sensor will also be included on the Galaxy S11.
Samsung Daily may also be available on Android Pie later on, but of course we expect it to roll out first in beta and later on the actual Android 10. This combination can result in great image quality and detail in close-range as well as long-range shots.
However, a well-known tipster, whose name is Ice Universe, has tweeted that this 108MP sensor could actually be a new one, which means that the camera is ISOCELL Bright HMX.
Samsung's Galaxy A series smartphones are typically the guinea pig for more outrageous innovations - think the Galaxy A80 with its rotating camera or the Galaxy A90 5G, which is touted to be one of the first affordable 5G devices around.
Samsung has been dropping space-related hints recently as well. Well, the company has finally gotten around to enabling some of those futuristic possibilities and, as discovered by @TEQHNIKACROSS, the Galaxy S10 5G now uses the ToF sensor for facial recognition.
Apart from Samsung, other smartphone manufacturers have also brought similar features to their cameras like the Google Pixel 4 having an "astrophotography" mode to capture the night sky using the smartphone's cameras. In particular, we're getting more apparent leaks about the device's camera.