While the 2020 iPhone models have been on the agenda for a few days, an important patent application for the Galaxy S11 has emerged today. With the Samsung Galaxy S11 spectrometer you can perform many different measurements from the users’ skin.
The Samsung Galaxy S11 will stand out with the spectrometer!
Samsung and Apple have introduced all of this year’s new flagship devices. Although it wasn’t long before companies introduced these devices, many leaks began to emerge in the 2020s. After the recent leaks about the design of 2020 iPhones, an important patent for the Galaxy S11 has emerged today.
Samsung’s flagship, the new year’s S11, will allow users to measure everything from moisture to skin, sugar, fat and other nutritional values. A recently published patent application revealed that Samsung will equip their upcoming smartphone with a spectrometer.
Samsung filed this patent in March this year with the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) and the World Intellectual Property Office. This new patent entitled Electronic device with a large number of light sources is published today.
According to patent documentation, Samsung will equip future smartphones with infrared spectrometers. The sensor will be able to measure your skin’s water content, body fat percentage, and nutritional value of foods. In fact, this magical sensor, which sort and measure chemical masses to determine the composition of an object, can tell you the exact amount of individual nutrients in fats, proteins and carbohydrates.
This will also give you an idea of how fresh a product is. The infrared spectrometer will also help you determine whether or not medical drugs are counterfeit. The patent also describes the possibility of integrating a spectrometer into a 3D camera, such as a face recognition camera. So Samsung can also integrate 3D face recognition into their devices. With the Galaxy S11 spectrometer, which is expected to come with a 108 Megapixel main camera, it is likely to be on the agenda in 2020.