Fugue forward for Samsung Galaxy S11: 108 MP camera, 8K video and many creative modes

While technology enthusiasts around the world are focused on the great promotions of Black Friday, to ensure the best products of this 2019 at bargain prices, manufacturers are already fully projected to 2020, especially with regard to the next generation of smartphone top range.
Among the first series to debut in the new year there will be Samsung's Galaxy S11, which aims to amaze the audience, especially in photography.
The colleagues of XDA Developers have in fact put their hands on the apk of the Samsung camera app, included in the beta 4 of the new One UI 2.0, discovering many clues about unpublished functions and hardware details, in all probability attributable precisely to the Galaxy S11.
What stands out is the umpteenth reference to the 108 megapixel camera, which would also be necessary to make a video feature out of the ordinary: shooting in 8K at 30 fps, a possible killer feature of the Galaxy S11, but there are those who even imagine the ability to shoot videos in 4K at 120 fps.
Among the code of the One UI 2.0 camera app, there are also many new modes, such as Director's View, which would allow you to hook a subject while shooting video and switch from one photographic lens to another to create surprising dynamic effects.
Then there is Night Hyperlapse, a time-lapse mode specifically dedicated to night shots, Single Take Photo, which allows you to take pictures and shoot videos of the surrounding environment within 15 seconds by slowly moving the device to get results creative, Vertical Panoramas, for vertical panoramic shots and Custom Filter, that is to turn our shot into a filter applicable to other photos.
Finally, the Samsung camera app will offer in the future the possibility of taking pictures at a ratio of 20: 9, evidently to cover the entire surface of the display of a smartphone characterized by these proportions.
And, as it happens, it has been rumored for some time that the Galaxy S11 will have its own display in a 20: 9 ratio.
Who knows if all these innovations will be concentrated in the new Galaxy S11 series?

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