Samsung is working on its upcoming flagship series of smartphones including the Galaxy S11+, Galaxy S11 and Galaxy S11e. The company is expected to launch these smartphones in February next year. Now as per a new report, the most premium phone in the series will come with a custom 108-megapixel camera sensor.
A tipster on Twitter, Ice Universe, the Samsung Galaxy S11+ will be equipped with a 108-megapixel sensor. The tipster further reveals that this new custom sensor will be superior in quality to ISOCELL Bright HMX and has a high cost.
Another tweet reads “Some people have misunderstood. Samsung does not use ISOCELL Bright HMX, but new CMOS with the same sensor size. Don’t think that all 108MP sensors are HMX.”
Meanwhile, Samsung Galaxy S11e with model number SM-G9810 has received 3C certification in China. This confirms the phone will have support for 25W fast-charging and would come with EP-TA800 charger. The listing also reveals support for 5G as well.
As per earlier leaked renders of Galaxy S11+ , the phone will feature a curved display with a punch-hole display at top-centre housing the single selfie camera. The curved display is reported to be a Dynamic AMOLED panel with a size of about 6.9-inches having QHD+ resolution and 120Hz refresh rate.
The phone will feature a square camera module which will house five cameras and two additional sensors apart from the LED flash. It will be powered by Exynos 9830 SoC, along with 12GB of RAM. It will run Android 10.