This is the week of rumors of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy 11, the Korean manufacturer's flagship line. Earlier it was mentioned the presence of a camera with a sensor of 108 MP, plus an exponential jump of the MegaPixels. But LetsGoDigital, which is always paying attention to patents registered in Europe, has discovered a document for a sensor dedicated entirely to capturing images in night environments.
The camera alignment image has been published by OnLeaks, showing five sensors in the growing rectangle at the rear. In this sense, the smartphone may have a main camera (the 108 MP), a telephoto, a wide angle, one to better highlight the 3D space and finally the sensor for night capture.
The news also says that Samsung has finally adopted laser technology for autofocus, which would offer higher quality images.
Also note that the smartphone, under code SM-G968B has been certified by the GeekBench benchmark tool, which has recorded information of its hardware: an Exynos 9830 processor at 1.95 Ghz, which claims to be the new processor Exynos 990. The model had 5G connectivity and 12 GB of RAM.