Samsung Galaxy S11 to Feature a Triple Selfie Camera

The Samsung Galaxy S10 range was quite successful, garnering stellar reviews from critics and users alike. The company is already hard at work on the next generation of devices, and it seems that they may come with a remarkable feature.

A new patent filing infers that a version of the Galaxy S11+ will come with a revamped hole punch that could hose three cameras instead of two or one, as it was the case for the Samsung Galaxy S10, S10+ and Note 10.  Samsung Galaxy 11 will retain a dual-camera setup while the S11e will feature a single sensor.

According to the source who spotted the patent, a bezel-less display with a triple-camera array was is mentioned, but no significant details are present. Samsung has already used two cameras in a hole punch for the S10+, while Note 10 had a cleaner hole punch and a single camera.

The use of a triple-camera setup could allow Samsung to implement an advanced facial recognition system that should compete with the one offered by other devices.

Possible specs

The next flagships will sport AMOLED panels and will be powered by the bleeding-edge Snapdragon 865 SoC. It is rumored that Samsung will pair the fast processor with up to 12GB RAM and 1TB of built-in storage space.

When it comes to the camera, Samsung wants to up the ante as at least one of the S11 models could feature a 108MP Samsung ISOCELL sensor and deep fusion sensors. A smarter fingerprint sensor should also allow users to unlock their devices faster.

Since Android 10 is now available, Samsung may opt to preload One UI 2.1 directly on the new devices, a move which should be great since potential users will not have to wait until a patch is released for the device. 4G and 5G models will be available, but the price remains elusive at this point.

Arya Spetza

Arya Spetza

Arya Spetza helped bring BleeBot to a full-fledged tech news site by researching the latest technology gigs. She continues to assist in keeping the site covering all kinds of techy subjects.

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