Samsung Galaxy S11+ may have triple selfie cameras, new design patent shows

Samsung was as of late conceded another cell phone configuration patent by the Korean Intellectual Property Office (KIPO). This subtleties another, improved punch-gap plan that would now be able to prepare triple selfie cameras, which may wind up observing on the Samsung Galaxy S11+ lead cell phone in February.

For examination, the Galaxy S10+ and Galaxy S10 5G pack double selfie snappers. Having triple sensors on the front would give Samsung Galaxy S11+ an edge over the challenge in the selfie office. Aside from the standard sensor, it may have a profundity sensor and potentially a ultra-wide-point camera or a signal sensor, like the one found on the Huawei Mate 30 Pro.

On the other hand, Samsung could incorporate two new sensors to accomplish 3D facial acknowledgment rather than the profundity sensor and use it to go up against Pixel 4’s Face Unlock and Apple’s Face ID advancements. The cell phone outlines likewise show ultra-thin bezels on all corners and the triple camera pattern itself is littler. The punch-gap is set on the left side, and Samsung ought to utilize AMOLED show. On the off chance that the top of the line Galaxy S11+ for sure packs the triple selfie camera arrangement, this should imply that the normal Galaxy S11 will just have double cameras, which is a redesign, though the base Galaxy S11e may adhere to a solitary selfie snapper.

The Samsung Galaxy S11 is required to go official on February eighteenth in front of the MWC 2020 show. Samsung is relied upon to fuse Snapdragon 865 SoC in the telephones, and these could have 5G variations notwithstanding 4G LTE models. The leads are probably going to keep running on Android 10 with One UI 2.1 custom programming on top. Reputed insights regarding the S11 arrangement incorporate bigger territory for the in-show unique mark sensor, 108MP essential sensor and 5x zoom, Deep Fusion-like tech, up to 12GB RAM and 1TB stockpiling, and so forth. Since the dispatch is still months away, we should know more subtleties in the days to come.


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