The upcoming Samsung Galaxy S11 has been leaked so much that we already know details about its huge batteries, the grand new display and impressive biometrics. But you haven’t seen enough, so @OnLeaks (Steve Hemmerstoffer) made sure to keep us all posted on the incredible camera system that is meant to take our breaths away.
The notorious industry insider has revealed the “final configuration” of the Galaxy S11’s camera system. Here is a photo of how it should look when the S11 gets revealed.
Galaxy S11’s Camera Is Impressive
Previous leaks from industry insider Ice Universe showed a questionable arrangement when it came to the quad-camera configuration. Let’s face it – there were lens scattered all over the place. Now symmetry is back, even though the phone’s codename is Picasso.
Hemmerstoffer explains that the previous renders were “based upon a first stage prototype,” and has revealed the huge camera on the Galaxy S11 will indeed come with a square telephoto lens that houses a 48MP sensor with 5x optical zoom. The telephoto lens has its own codename – ‘Hubble.’ The primary camera has 108MP, a wide-angle (48MP) one, and time-of-flight (ToF) sensors.
The camera unit is called the ‘ISOCELL Bright HM1’ and it uses pixel binning technology to create impressive images in low light capabilities.
Samsung might come at the top this time with its game-changing camera considering it didn’t make it to the top in the recent years.
Aside from the most important feature, the Galaxy S11 will also come with a Snapdragon 865, nearly an almost bezel-free display that has a 120Hz refresh rate, a bigger fingerprint sensor (which can detect two finders at the same time), huge batteries, WiFi 6 and 5G support.
Samsung will start the new year with a bang considering we’re expecting to see the Galaxy S11 a lot earlier than we thought. The two tipsters believe we will see the flagship phones either on February 11 or on February 18.
Smartphone fans beware – 2020 will be filled with impressive new phones!