Samsung Galaxy S11 may has secret weapon

Samsung Galaxy S11 may has secret weapon

Samsung's Flagship Note 10 is in the market and now the next year Flagship Samsung Galaxy S11 could come with an unique feature that will let you measure everything from how dehydrated you are to how much sugar is in a Apple Pie, which should make living a healthy lifestyle easier than ever.
Samsung Galaxy S11
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Dutch outlet Let'sGoDigital uncovered a patent Samsung recently filed for a smartphone with a spectrometer baked in – a magical sensor that uses light trickery to determine the elements present in a chemical and the specific quantity of each.

It's this technique that allows the sensor to determine water content through skin and the nutritional value of food. In fact, it's so intricate, it can dig as deep as breaking down the individual nutrients that make it up, such as carbohydrates and fats.
Samsung Galaxy S11
(Image credit: Let'sGoDigital)


The Samsung Galaxy S11 wouldn't be the first the smartphone to ship with a spectrometer, if it indeed does. That accolade went to the Changhong H2, which was showcased at CES 2017 and later launched in both China and the United States.

Spectrometer aside, Samsung's next flagship smartphone is rumored to ship with a 108MP rear-facing camera with a 5x optical zoom. It's also tipped to ship with a sliding screen and may even be the company's first button less device.

Samsung is expected to announce the Samsung Galaxy S11 in February 2020 ahead of MWC 2020. 

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