Samsung Galaxy S11 to Come with 108-Megapixel Camera in February 2020
Samsung Galaxy S11 to Come with 108-Megapixel Camera in February 2020. According to sources, Samsung will equip both the Galaxy 11 and the new Fold with a 108-megapixel sensor and extra zooming options.
The Galaxy 11 would appear around February and is Samsung’s next flagship. Sources within Samsung tell Bloomberg that the Korean technology giant wants to equip that device with a 108-megapixel sensor, supplemented with a 5X optical zoom lens, an ultra-wide lens, and a time-of-flight sensor. The last two are already in the Galaxy S10 today.
The new camera functions are not only in the S11 but will also be in the new generation Galaxy Fold. That is the Samsung foldable smartphone. Presumably, that device, unlike the first generation, is also marketed in our country.
There are not many additional details yet. But the 108-megapixel sensor deserves some nuance. For example, more megapixels usually mean more information in a photo.
But many other factors play a role, such as how much light a camera sensor absorbs, or the combination with different lenses. For example, the time-of-flight sensor ensures that a device recognises the object in the foreground from the background that can subsequently be blurred.
The rumour that Samsung 5X optical zoom can put into a smartphone has been around for several months. Optical zoom is usually a difficult task for telephone makers because the lenses, as with cameras, must have a certain distance. The company would solve that with a kind of periscope design that means that the range in the phone is processed vertically and the phone can stay thin.