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Another trademark from Samsung suggests better low light shots

Lately we heard from LETSGODIGITAL, that Samsung had filed two trademark applications at the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO) for the names Single Take and Video Spin that basically attributes advanced camera features on their yet to be announced Galaxy S11 handsets. Following this coverage, now we see that the South Koreans have reportedly trademarked yet another name, mentioned as Bright Night Sensor at EUIPO and have categorized it as Class 9. The description for the sensor updated on EUIPO's listing reads as,
Image sensors for video cameras; Image sensor for photographic devices; Camera image sensors for smartphones; Camera image sensors for tablet computers; Light sensors for smartphone cameras; Light sensors for tablet computer cameras.
And as expected from the previous reports, the manufacturer is likely to introduce their next generation flagship smartphones with a 108MP primary camera that will supposedly bring a huge improvement to the photo/video segment of these phones from its predecessors, Galaxy S10 and Galaxy Note 10 models. We have even given an account on the chances of the pricier and larger version Galaxy S11 Plus featuring a five plus two camera arrangement, that is anticipated to debut with a total number of seven camera lenses from it's back. And other surveys also showed us the presence of laser autofocus sensors in the leaked renders of these devices. So when coming to the newly surfaced Bright Night Sensor trademark from Samsung, we already understand that the company had introduced their current frontrunners with Bright Night Shot mode, that offered better pictures in low light conditions with the help of their camera software, but this time around the phones are said to carry a separate image sensor or a light sensor for this very function that works for both pictures as well as videos, from our apprehension on trademark description.