Samsung Galaxy S11, new photo features

After having "recycled" the 12 megapixel sensor of the Galaxy S7 for all subsequent models, Samsung should finally integrate a new camera in the next Galaxy S11. The XDA Developers experts found in the Samsung Camera app code (included in the beta 4 of One UI 2.0) various references to the sensor from 108 megapixels and supported features, including 8K video recording. read more

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MediaWorld flyer: Samsung Galaxy S10e for € 499

MediaWorld has launched the new one leaflet of offers focused on zero rate and free delivery on many of its products. Leafing through the leaflet that will be valid until November 24th, the smartphones include the iPhone 11 64 GB at 839 euros, the iPhone XR 128 GB at 749 euros, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 at 979 euros, the Huawei Mate 20 Lite for 189 euros and above all the Samsung Galaxy S10e for only 499 euros. read more

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Samsung Galaxy A51, in-display front camera

The Galaxy A series (2019) allowed the Korean manufacturer to avoid greater losses. Samsung has therefore decided to bring new models to the market, including the Galaxy A51, which began to circulate information on design and specifications. One of the novelties will be the front camera in-display.

The current Galaxy A50s and the predecessor Galaxy A50 have an Infinity-U screen, so there is a notch drop at the top. If the price reported by the Pricebaba website is correct, the Galaxy A51 will have a screen instead Infinity-O with a hole in the center, as in the Galaxy Note 10. The Super AMOLED display should have a diagonal of 6.5 inches and a full HD + resolution. read more

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Samsung Galaxy S11: bigger screens and 5G?

The first rumors about the series began to circulate a few days ago Galaxy S11 that Samsung should announce in February 2020. According to information received from a well-known leaker, the Korean manufacturer will present five models, three of which with 5G modems.

The Galaxy S10 series consists of four models (S10e, S10, S10 + and S10 5G). The Galaxy S10 + and S10 5G should be replaced by the Galaxy S11 +. Based on the latest rumors, this model will have an AMOLED screen from 6.9 inches with Quad HD + resolution and probably a 90 Hz refresh rate. The hardware equipment will include the Snapdragon 865 and Exynos 9830 processors, combined with a 5G modem. The overall dimensions should not vary much because thinner frames and an aspect ratio are expected 20: 9. read more

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Samsung Galaxy S10, new features of the Notes 10

Samsung brought on Galaxy S10 some features of the Galaxy Note 10 with an update released at the end of September. The Korean manufacturer has now released a second software update for Galaxy S10e / S10 / S10 + / S10 5G which introduces other features of the Galaxy Note 10.

The first novelty improves the user experience, facilitating the search for images in the Gallery. To find the photos faster, you can use keywords (keywords). For example typing "cats" will display all the photos of cats. Samsung has also improved the search for multimedia content (music, movies and TV shows) on the smartphone and their control via connected devices. The functionality, called Media & Devices, can be accessed directly from the Quick Panel. read more

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Samsung Galaxy Fold in Italy since November 13th

Samsung has announced that the Galaxy Fold will be available in Italy from the next November 13th. The folding smartphone can be booked online on the Korean manufacturer's website or on sites of the major consumer electronics chains. The price is very high, but users will benefit from some exclusive benefits. read more

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Galaxy S11, space zoom camera?

The main rear camera of the Galaxy S10 is virtually identical to that introduced by Samsung with the Galaxy S7 (12 megapixel sensor), while the telephoto lens has a 2x optical zoom. With the next ones Galaxy S11 finally, an updated photographic sector is expected with better quality sensors and lenses. One of the novelties could be the camera with "spatial zoom". read more

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