Samsung Electronics’ next-generation flagship Galaxy S11 (tentative name) cameras will be provided with the ability to manually adjust various functions.
Max Weinbach, a member of the mobile community XDA forum, said on Twitter that “the Galaxy S11 will be equipped with a camera feature called Video Pro mode.”
Video Pro Mode, captured in the Galaxy Note 10 beta camera APK, is analyzed by the user’s ability to manually set the exposure speed, shutter speed, colour, and ISO sensitivity. Weinbach also uses Side Light. Four new live focus filters have also been discovered, including Artify, Vintage and Mono.
The Galaxy S11 series is known to greatly enhance not only design but also camera functions. In particular, rumours that the Plus model, which is expected to be equipped with a Penta camera, will be exclusively offered by Samsung’s improved custom 108MP sensor.
Last month, Samsung Electronics applied for three trademarks to the European Patent Office: Space Zoom, Single Take, and Video Spin. Dual space zoom seems to be related to the 5x optical zoom function, and a single take is supposed to capture a single scene by taking short time photos and short videos in succession.
Meanwhile, Samsung Electronics is expected to unveil the Galaxy S11 series by holding an Unpack event in San Francisco, the USA on February 18 next year. At the event, Samsung’s second-generation foldable smartphone ‘Galaxy Fold 2’ may also be released.