Space Zoom, the "secret weapon" for the next Samsung Galaxy S11

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Have you ever heard that about spatial zoom? Honestly, neither do we. If we think a little about his name we can imagine a very powerful zoom. And it seems that the thing is not going wrong. Today we have learned that it is called one of the latest "brands" that Samsung has registered.

In the latest smartphone launches we are seeing how the camera section continues to develop and evolve. All the companies "fight" to get hold of the phone with the best camera on the market. And it seems that zoom still has a lot to say.

Space Zoom, the new for the next Galaxy S11

Space Zoom, In english is one of the new weapons with which Samsung will again compete with the largest. With the desire to create a more complete range top than the rest of the firms, manufacturers are trying to get the attention of the general public. Much of the success depends on a good advertising campaign, and the truth is that just the namespatial zoom now has managed to get our attention.

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But, What is a spatial zoom? So far we know little, at least concretely. We can assure that Samsung works on a camera that manages to combine in the most efficient way a powerful optical zoom with another digital.

Just a few hours ago we were able to meet the new member of the Xiaomi family. The new Mi Note 10 arrives with five cameras with sensors that reach 108 megapixels. Figures that not long ago seemed unthinkable. Where is the resolution limit in megapixels for a smartphone? For now it seems that it does not yet exist. But we see how more and more improvements focus on zoom.

A zoom capable of photographing space?

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Although until now we only know the trade name or registered trademark. Can we ever have a smartphone capable of taking photos of space? Already in its day we were very pleasantly surprised by the powerful camera of the Huawei P30 Pro. Its 5 optical zoom magnifications in a strategic combination has offered us incredible photos.

As we see, the cameras of our phones are still in full development. But as users we ask ourselves a question. Aren't there aspects with much more room for improvement than cameras? Without ever neglecting the work invested in obtaining better cameras, we believe that In autonomy there is still much to improve.