Samsung Galaxy S11 may come with a low light sensor

The Samsung Galaxy Fold is headed to Canada with in-store pre-orders starting today		
	Darrell Etherington

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Filed with the EUIPO (European Union Intellectual Property Office) and spotted by LetsGoDigital, the filing describes this as "image sensors" and "light sensors" for use with smartphones and other devices. This is to further enhance the effect of night shooting.

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 first time we ever mentioned "Bright Night" was nearly a year ago.

While Samsung has had great success with its Galaxy S lineup, it's been the opposite with its Fold device despite its unique features. The license is showing a new feature for the next Samsung's phones and tablets that will launch in the next year.

The device is expected to come with four rear cameras and one of these will be an 108 megapixel camera, now we have some details about some the features. This camera will allow users to take highly-detailed shots even from afar. Samsung Galaxy S11 shall be able to capture 8K at 30fps video and will have support for 5x optical zoom.

"The Samsung Galaxy Fold may be a terribly distinctive smartphone, in additional ways in which than one. the foremost obvious individual is that it folds bent on exposing an oversized, continuous seven.3" display, activity the seam because of a versatile OLED screen. Stay tuned for more updates as they come. It's important to mention that the Samsung Note 10 did remove the headphone jack, which may slyly hint at the new direction the company's direction is taking with its Galaxy smartphones if the leaked photos are true.