Samsung is rumored to be offering 8K recording on the Galaxy S11 series, so it makes sense for a new 108MP sensor to offer support for 8K/30fps recording. Samsung is expected to launch the S11 series by February 2020.
Unfortunately, it hasn't hit U.S carriers yet, but we expect AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, Verizon, and others to get the software out to their customers in the near future. The images do show us the rectangular camera module that we've seen in so many leaks. Although the pixel count and sensor size is similar, Ice Universe has clarified that this is a custom sensor and it will be superior to the ISOCELL Bright HMX unit that's now used on Xiaomi's new smartphone. He tweeted a not-so-clear image of Galaxy S11 with a leak-proof case protecting it.More news: Apple's Mac Pro will be 'available to order' this week
The Galaxy S11 renders suggested the Galaxy S11 will have a camera module even bulkier than the iPhone 11 Pro's rear camera, and that's exactly what these images indicate. This should be producing better images than what we're having now. More importantly, these will be the next-gen screens at 120Hz refresh, HDR10+, 100% DCI-P3. That's what most of the gaming phones have. The hump is an unavoidable part of the design, as the Galaxy S11 accommodates a 108-megapixel primary sensor along with a telephoto lens capable of 5x optical zoom. A 4,000mAh battery will also be included, and support 15W fast charging.
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