Yeah, yeah, we have too much of Galaxy S11+ already. But there is more to see in the upcoming days before the launch. This new leak suggests that the smartphone isn’t going to feature a supermassive camera array at all.
The leakster, Ice Universe suggests that the Galaxy S11+ is going to have a triple camera setup, placed vertically, like any of the current Galaxy phones. With the three cameras, you have a ToF sensor along with the LED flash.
The front of the smartphone will also feature a front-facing camera, along with a ToF sensor, just like the Galaxy S10 5G edition, more or less. Although we may not see 5 camera array as of now, we can be sure enough to say that Samsung is bringing a 108MP camera in the Galaxy S11+.
Along with it, we will see a 5X telephoto camera as well. The 108MP will be different from the ISOCELL variant. Matter of fact, the same sensor will be available on the Galaxy Fold 2, which might launch alongside the S-series in February-March, next year.
Also, there are 60-40 chances that Samsung might sell the Qualcomm variant outside the USA and China. Due to no more custom cores in their Exynos processors and not much of efficiency in comparison, Samsung might go the Qualcomm way, starting next year. This can be a huge setback for Exynos Fans. Did I say fans? 🤦♂️🤷♂️
Also, it has turned out that Exynos 990 is inferior to the Qualcomm 865 SoC on papers. But it is highly possible that in reality, Qualcomm will do the same. Sore wa genjitsudesu!
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