Samsung’s Galaxy S11 series could take on new iPhone with killer camera upgrades
- The Galaxy S11 series could feature a high-resolution 108-megapixel camera.
Samsungcould throw in the kitchen sink of camera features with the Galaxy S11 to take on the camera improvements in the latest iPhones.
- Samsung could also include a special sensor for night photography.
Galaxy S11 could sport a 108-megapixel camera
Samsung is all set to take the megapixel race to the next level with a new 108-megapixel camera in the Galaxy S11 series. While Xiaomi has already launched a smartphone with a 108-megapixel camera, the Galaxy S11 series is said to use a newer version of the sensor.
Although megapixels don’t always make for great photos, having a super high-resolution camera is a brute ay to simply have more pixel data to work with. This high-resolution camera coupled with a larger sensor should allow the Galaxy S11 series capture more data.
Other camera features in tow, too
According to a report by Bloomberg, the Galaxy S11 series will also feature a range of other camera features. These features include 5x optical zoom and a time-of-flight sensor that was seen on the Galaxy Note 10+ earlier this year. Apart from this, Samsung is also said to include three other cameras to assist the primary 108-megapixel camera.
Another report by a noted Dutch technology portal Lets Go Digital suggests that Samsung could use a special sensor for night photography. This comes at a time when low-light and night recording features have started gaining a lot of limelight.
5G support to be included as well
In addition to lining up a slew of camera features, Samsung is also said to include 5G support in the Galaxy S11 series. This gives Samsung a head start of a few months against Apple, especially since it is still not confirmed if the iPhone 12 will support 5G.
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