Samsung Galaxy S11 Plus is projected to carry the best 108MP camera ever.
Ahead of its launch in 2020, the phone is also projected to have a 5000MAh battery the largest Samsung have ever made.
Following a tweet from a frequent tipster Ice Universe, they claim that that the Galaxy S11 isn’t using the same 108MP camera seen on other devices in the market Instead, it’s a custom sensor more superior in quality than ISOCELL Bright HMX.
Also, the camera comprises of three more on the back of the device, including an ultrawide-angle lens and 5x optical zoom.
According to android authority, the current ISOCELL Bright HMX sensor tops out at 6K/30fps video recording while Samsung might be a notch higher with an 8K recording on the galaxy S11 series as well as support 8K/30fps recording.
Although the charging speeds of the S11 are yet to be leaked, the Galaxy S11’s 5000 MAh battery could support 45W fast charging.
Hopefully, the Galaxy S11’s 108MP camera delivers improved performance compared to Xiaomi’s phone in less-than-perfect conditions.
Previously, android authority blog did a review on the Xiami s Mi Note 10 and the phone has great photos during the day. The 108MP camera delivered incredible results in medium and low light.
With a custom sensor and its quality superiority, Samsung might deliver better photos.
The 108 MP camera currently has overtaken the battleground for the giants with each wanting to offer the best than the other.
However, the release might be pressured by the china’s tech giants XIami Mi Note 10 November release having the first 108MP camera. Having improvements adjusted like the custom sensor would be a selling point for Samsung to retain its market base.
According to Bloomberg, the device with the ultra-resolution camera, Samsung plans to outdo Apple’s upcoming devise.
The device is projected to have a close resemblance to the Galaxy S10, according to a source by 91 mobiles,
The Galaxy S11’s screen will measure in between 6.3 and 6.7 inches, with edges less curved than the previous Galaxy S devices.
Another notable aspect on the device as illustrated by Steve Hemmerstoffer of 91 mobiles is that the Galaxy S11 camera module may be found at the top left corner, unlike most Samsung devices which have a camera strip at the centre of the top half of the back.