Apart from launching the Galaxy S11 in three variants with 4G and 5G capabilities, a new report has claimed that the S11 will come with additional camera modes including 8K video capture, director’s view, night hyperlapse, vertical panorama and other custom filters.
The new modes were uncovered in Samsung's beta code of the Galaxy S11's camera features. According to the report, the director's view will allow users to use multiple cameras and switch among them while shooting a video. For instance, you will have subject locked in the main camera and possibly a close up second subject for the telephoto. The night hyperlapse will likely be a night mode with a hyperlapse.
With the single take photo, pan your phone around for nearly 15 seconds while it takes a series of pictures and short videos. With custom filters, you would be able to turn a photo you like into a custom filter.
Earlier, popular tipster Evan Blass (@evleaks) has claimed that of the three models, the smallest of the three is said to have either a 6.2-inch or a 6.4-inch display, the middle one is likely to measure 6.7-inch, and the largest one is said to sport a 6.9-inch panel. Samsung is reported to call these phones as the Galaxy S11e, the Galaxy S11, and the Galaxy S11 Plus, respectively.
While the smallest and middle models are expected to come with 4G and 5G capabilities, the high-end version will only be 5G. The Galaxy S11 smartphones are expected to come with top-of-the-line Exynos processor in majority of markets including India and the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 in the phones that are sold in the US. The company is also planning to include its own 108MP camera sensor in the S11 series of phones. While the number of camera sensors are still yet unknown, we believe a quad camera setup would be present.
Samsung could launch the new models at an ‘Unpacked’ event in New York. The Galaxy S11 may launch in blue, gray, and black colours, and the Galaxy S11e in blue, gray, and pink colours.