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Two new trademarks from Samsung tells us more about upcoming Galaxy S11's camera features

It just keeps coming in, and now our editorial have new reports turning up from the EUIPO (European Union Intellectual Property Office) with two Samsung trademark filings giving us a possible hint towards some more inside information on the 2020 edition of Galaxy S flagship. Thanks to the folks at LETSGODIGITAL, on November 21, 2019 the South Korean multinational conglomerate has pushed two applications to the EUIPO named Single Take and Video Spin. Both these applications are categorized as Class 9, with description stating,

Smartphones; Computers; Computer software; Tablet computers; Downloadable and recorded computer application software for creating, editing, saving and photography and videos; Cameras for smartphones.

The forthcoming smartphone may showcase great camera functions compared to it's predecessors, bringing a lot to the table in terms of photography features on the device. It's not the first time Samsung has filed applications at EUIPO for their next generation flagship smartphone's camera attributes, we have already seen trademark for the name Space Zoom in the past as well, with which the phone can zoom in to a subject without lowering image quality using the Korean's advanced camera software. Not too long ago, we have had several other reports emerging on the internet that confirmed that Galaxy S11 series will carry the same 108MP primary camera on the back, the same sensor that has already made it's debut with the Xiaomi Mi MIX Alpha smartphones. The Galaxy S11 is also rumored to be the world's first smartphone to feature 8K video recording capability at 30 frames-per-second.

Now as per the latest applications filed by the company, the Single Take feature is said to be able to capture a scene from a series of photos and short videos, while Video Spin functionality is still yet to be disclosed.