Within two months of its launch, it seems that the camera of the Samsung Galaxy S11 Plus has everything for one of the best (if not the best) of 2020 on a smartphone. The latest rumors add to that.
As the renowned leaker Ice Universe advances, Samsung’s new high-end can choose a technique that can impress where most smartphones fail: low-light photography.
According to this source, the main sensor that users will find on this device is 108MP. The new part of this information is that the device may be able to merge nine images into one 2.4μm photo with 12MP resolution.
On paper this means that the terminal will be able to employ a high quality photograph even if it is taken in low light conditions. There is no doubt that Samsung will bet all the chips in the cameras of this model to captivate consumers.
In practice, the Galaxy S11 + will have a 12MP camera
In practice, the Galaxy S11 + will have a 12MP camera but with the largest pixel size to date on a smartphone. This means better low-light photos, less noise and overall brighter photos.
According to the remaining rumors, the cameras of the Galaxy S11 Plus will be able to employ 5x optical zoom and record video at 8K at 30fps. However, these are not officially confirmed specifications.
It seems that Samsung’s new tops will be presented February 18 in San Francisco. Judging by the rumors, this has everything to be Samsung’s loudest release in a long time, but only the results in real use can attest to the qualities of this camera.
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