Samsung Galaxy S11 will receive an analogue of Deep Fusion, proposed in the iPhone 11 Pro
Samsung and Apple are longtime rivals. Often there are accusations against both companies that they took and did not hold back so as not to “write off” something from a key competitor. Manufacturers themselves have repeatedly exchanged lawsuits with allegations of outright plagiarism and copying. Another reason for such attacks in their address can give Samsung with the release of Galaxy S11.
Sources say that engineers are working to ensure that the new titular South Korean flagship receives a radically new camera. In particular, the well-known leak provider Ice Universe claims that the Galaxy S11 will offer its analogue of the Deep Fusion technology implemented in the iPhone 11 Pro.
Its essence boils down to the fact that artificial intelligence helps to make one high-quality image out of several frames. The neural engine is designed to select the best fragments, process and “stitch” them in one photo in order to improve contrast, texture and detail.
How effective and useful it will turn out to be a feature of Deep Fusion can be judged by the results of the first tests of photo capabilities of the iPhone 11 Pro. Recall that the flagship Apple will appear on the market on September 20 and then the Internet will be swept by a wave of reviews of new items.
And to push his forehead with the Samsung Galaxy S11 in the matter of creating high-quality photos, it will be possible no earlier than February next year.
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