For example, the "Tab A" tablet series is an affordable lineup derived from the Galaxy Tab S series. Samsung applied to trademark the phrase "Space Zoom" with the European Union Intellectual Property Office. The Galaxy S11's camera is said to be code-named "Hubble", and it will reportedly have a feature Samsung has trademarked as "Space Zoom". On top of providing the hardware support with the likes of the new lens, Samsung will also back it up with its software to provide for an excellent photography experience with the Samsung Galaxy S11 series of smartphones. "Hubble" as in the Hubble Space Telescope.
Samsung had also trademark something called "ISOCell Motion" recently. "Space Zoom" is nearly certainly a name for the hybrid camera zoom functionality that will be included with the Samsung Galaxy S11. In particular, we're getting more apparent leaks about the device's camera.
The smartphone is expected to be powered by a Snapdragon 865 processor and would run Android 10 out of the box. And what might be even more exciting is that according to Ice Universe, if Samsung does hop on the high refresh rate trend, the tech giant may be more likely to skip 90HZ entirely and jump straight to 120Hz displays. All this, however, are assumptions as of now, so we might as well take them with a pinch of salt.
Chiefs' Reid playing it safe with Mahomes
Thursday will mark three weeks since Mahomes was injured. "He has done a nice job", Reid said. "He got pretty good air". The Chiefs split two games with Moore staring in Mahomes' place. "I'm not the expert, that's for sure", Reid said.
A Twitter report from Korea claims that the Android 10 update for the Galaxy S10 5G enables 3D face unlocking. If you are living in any of these countries, you might want to check your device for the latest update. It's nearly certain that this sensor will also be included on the Galaxy S11.
It would not be a shock to find that Samsung delivers the Samsung Galaxy S11 proper with a 4,000mAh (or larger) battery. Do let us know in the comments section below.