Samsung Galaxy S11 to come with a professional video mode


Galaxy S11

The Samsung Galaxy S11 series will be coming next year – probably in February 2020. There have been numerous rumors and speculations regarding the Galaxy S11 series. According to MaxWinebach, the Samsung Galaxy S11 will come with a professional video mode. This feature allows users to manually control the video’s exposure, shutter, hue, and ISO. It also supports 4 types of Live Focus filters.

Samsung Galaxy S11

According to the reports on the web, the Samsung Galaxy S11 supports recording 8K videos. First, the Exynos 990 processor supports 8K video recording and some versions of this series should use this chip. It is worth mentioning that the Snapdragon 865 from Qualcomm also supports 8K video recording.  There are also reports that the Galaxy S11 in select markets will use this processor. 

In terms of cameras, this smartphone will come with a 108MP main camera. In addition, the Galaxy S11 camera will be codenamed “Hubble”. One of the reasons is that it supports 5x optical zoom and the zoom camera will also support Optical Image Stabilization (OIS). According to Korea’s SafetyKorea certification, the minimum capacity of the Samsung S11 battery is 4370 mAh, with a typical value of 4500mAh. Will this be an improvement on the Galaxy S11 series? 

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