Reports hint Samsung S11 packing a 108MP Camera, different camera modes and more

Now that the most important announcements for 2019 have been released, all eyes are on the new flagship series of Samsung. With that being said, a lot of probable Galaxy S11 specs have already leaked and there will certainly be more to come. Thankfully, leaked data discovered in the Samsung Camera app gives extra weight to the kind of Galaxy S11 features we can expect, so let’s jump into them right away.

An APK teardown of the camera app has unveiled some of the new features of Samsung’s upcoming flagship, the Galaxy S11 in the newest One UI 2.0 beta that rolled out for the Galaxy S10.

Samsung’s camera app recommends using the Galaxy S11’s 108MP main camera sensor. This has also previously been said by a credible Samsung leaks. This sensor will also be physically larger in addition to packing 108 million pixels, which should help it perform better in low-light conditions and provide excellent dynamic range.

Always required for the next feature on which Samsung is reportedly working for its flagship smartphone is the higher-resolution sensor.

Now, Samsung’s flagships stick with the maximum main camera resolution is 12MP. And it would be quite a leap forward for such a high-resolution camera. The mobile is also expected to deliver a 5x optical zoom as well as an unparalleled camera system we should all be excited about.

Some possible features of the Galaxy S11 include Single Take Photo, Night Hyperlapse, and Director’s View, according to the article. Other than that, it also seems the phone will enable 8K video shooting as well, something that the alleged 108MP camera would certainly be useful for. It’s worth noting that Samsung’s own Exynos 990 chipset already supports 8K video production at 30FPS, and the forthcoming Snapdragon 865 may also feature 8 K video shooting as well.

Sriyansa Mohanty
Sriyansa Mohanty
Student and a Blogger from India.

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