Sources say Samsung’s flagship Galaxy S11, not called the Galaxy S11, may be launched in the first half of 2020, with a new name for the Galaxy S20 expected to be released on February 18. Now themedia XDA-Developers has discovered more about the Galaxy S20 camera layout design and master specs by digging through the code in the OneUI 2.0 firmware update for the Galaxy Note 9.
The first feature to be unearthed from the code is called Director’s View. This feature may allow users to compose scenes or themes and track them automatically/manually to achieve movie effects. It also has capabilities similar to the Filmic Pro on the iPhone, allowing users to record/take close-ups of subjects and switch between cameras.
Next up is “Single Take Photo,” a trademark that was submitted to the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO) last November, an AI-assisted model that hits multiple photo and video clips for current shooting scenes. The description of this feature suggests that it may be similar to Google Photobooth, which means that when the camera detects a specific scene/expression (such as a smile) and automatically captures the image based on the best available frameford framefor diswork for better results. By recommending suggestions, users can click to take better photos. Single Take Photo may also recommend adjusting the pose or angle of the photo shoot to improve the quality of the piece.
Another camera feature found in APK disassembly is Pro Video. While Samsung’s flagship phones allow fine control of photo settings in photo mode, such as aperture adjustments to variable apertures when clicking on an image, exposure or other settings cannot be processed when recording video. According to this feature, this situation may change, allowing the user to control exposure, shutter speed, color temperature, or ISO values when recording video.
Finally, in Live Focus, you bring a whole new background blur (bokeh) effect to the picture. Aperture Artify, Mono, Side Light, and Vintage effects were found in the code and may appear in Live Focus images and videos.
A number of new non-camera features have also been found in this APK disassembly, including the addition of a Battery Health catalog to the setup to provide information about battery health and help replace the battery when it is aging and cannot be fully charged.
In addition to camera improvements, the tear-down also revealed the Fast Charge feature of the Galaxy Fold 2 (internal code name Bloom). The document, titled “bloom_front_charging_effect_superfast,” suggests that the upcoming Samsung collapsible phone supports “Super Fast Charging” and supports at least 25W or 45W of fast charging.