Samsung's recent flagships have a low-light photography feature called "Bright Night" mode. As per a GizmoChina report, Samsung has filed a trademark with EUIPO (European Union Intellectual Property Office) for the "Bright Night Sensor". It can also be expected to debut on the upcoming Galaxy S11 Plus, which is rumored to feature a five-camera setup at the back. Samsung also kept the 3.5mm headphone jack on all versions of the S10, while Apple has phased out this once-standard feature in order to optimize performance.
According to a tweet from frequent leaker, notable changes in Samsung's next iteration of its Galaxy phone, which isn't set to be released until next year, include a re-positioned front-facing camera array.
It's possible that the rear-facing array could also come with a high-powered 108 megapixel camera developed by Samsung in partnership with Xiaomi and included for the first time in Xiaomi's Mi Note 10.
GSM Arena added that the Galaxy S11 Plus might feature a periscope module with 5x optical zoom. "The most obvious differentiator is that it folds out to expose a large, continuous 7.3" display, hiding the seam thanks to a flexible OLED screen. Exynos 990 chipset that is probably going to be used in Samsung's next Galaxy device supports 8k video recording with 30fps. Stay tuned for more updates as they come.
Samsung is said to be working on a new smartphone - the Galaxy A51 which is been in the news for quite a while now.