“The smartphone would be able to take multiple shots, from which the ‘Deep Fusion’ would pick a superior photo with the best balance of colours, details and more”
Samsung Galaxy S11 should be the company’s next-generation flagship, and recently a report suggested the handsets would be available in same colour options as the Galaxy Note 10. It’s also said to start from 128GB and go up to 1TB onboard storage. Now, noted tipster Ice Universe claims that Samsung is also developing the ‘Deep Fusion’ technology, similar to the iPhone 11 Pro. The smartphone takes multiple shots from which the ‘Deep Fusion’ chooses a superior photo with the best balance of colours, details and white balance. This means the Galaxy S11 should be a massive upgrade in terms of camera.
Samsung is also developing the “Deep Fusion”function similar to the iPhone 11 Pro, and really plays the role of the NPU in taking pictures and videos. We can look forward to the Galaxy S11.— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) September 12, 2019
Apple describes the ‘Deep Fusion’ as computational photography. In the iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max, a series of algorithms bring the imaging systems into action right at the moment the camera application is opened. It then takes a bunch of photos of the subject that is pointed at, before the user actually presses the shutter button. The ISP (image signalling processor) is programmed to take a total of nine photos (eight before the shutter and one after) the moment the shutter is pressed — four fast exposure photos, four secondary images and a single long exposure photo. Once the pictures are taken, the new Neural Engine on the A13 Bionic chipset triggers the Deep Fusion technology, which selects the best among the nine shots taken in every section of the photo.
As for the Samsung Galaxy S11 series, they are likely to be available in both 4G and 5G variants and much like the Galaxy Note 10, the company might ditch the 3.5mm headphone jack. These could run on Android 10 with OneUI 2.1 custom skin on top. The design should be more or less similar to the Galaxy Note 10 with a centred-punch hole and slim bezels. Since the launch is still months away, we should come across more information soon.