Early images of Samsung Galaxy S11 revealed the phone would have a big camera bump, and now we have a better understanding of what that bump could include, a new report from Bloomberg.
Samsung 2020 flagship phone will use its main camera with a 108-megapixel sensor along with separate ultra-wide and 5x telephoto lenses. The mobile, like this year’s Galaxy Note 10 Plus, is also said to include a time-of-flight sensor.
Samsung is reportedly planning to use the 108-megapixel and 5-fold optical zoom cameras on its second foldable mobile, Bloomberg referred to as the “Galaxy Fold clamshell device” and also said around February it was expected to announce. It’s uncertain whether this device will use a few months at its developer conference the flip phone-like concept design that the company showed off.
The 108-megapixel sensor from Samsung is a known quantity — the revolutionary Mi Mix Alpha from Xiaomi will use the same feature and is already available on the Mi Note 10.
Yet Samsung is making a big bet on its technology here by including it in its highest-profile line of phones, which since the 2016 Galaxy S7 has used 12-megapixel sensors of the same size. Of course, megapixels aren’t all, but it sounds like the camera of the Galaxy S11 will at least be the most distinctive in a long time from its predecessor.
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