Samsung launches Galaxy Fold in China

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Samsung's ToF onslaught is expected to invade even its midrangers, so the rising time-of-flight tide is likely to lift the Galaxy S11 boat as well. The number of tidbits about the next flagship line-up is starting to increase.

Jingdong.com, one of China's major e-commerce sites, said the Galaxy Fold sold out in just two seconds, and Samsung said on its Chinese blog that the smartphone stock was depleted just five minutes after its launch. Samsung trademarked something called "Space Zoom", and we're guessing this is a camera-related trademark for the Galaxy S11. The unit has been dubbed Hubble and it draws an obvious connection to the space telescope that allows seeing to the edge of the universe.

As well as a brand new camera, Samsung is likely to include 5G compatibility and its new premium mobile processor, the Exynos 990 chip, and the new Exynos Modem 5123, two devices that are created to work together in order to "empower tomorrow's mobile devices with unprecedented performance and efficiency".

Sammobile have discovered that Samsung has recently filed a trademark for the Space Zoom name at the European Union Intellectual Property Office.

That is a pretty clear indication on what this Space Zoom feature will be on the new Samsung Galaxy 11 range of smartphones.

The Galaxy S11 is rumored to sport a periscope-style camera system, with insane zoom capability. These hybrid-zoom systems offer improved quality of images than what can be captured using digital zoom.

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