Samsung Galaxy S11 Uses Second-Generation 108-Megapixel Camera Sensor Instead ISOCELL Bright HMX

Samsung Galaxy S11

Most of us may be expect to Samsung Galaxy S11 that the device carries 108-megapixel ISOCELL Bright HMX sensor, but trust us it is totally against the reality as Korean has decided to design S11 using an upgraded second-gen sensor, claimed by renowned tipster Ice Universe.

Samsung is one of the largest smartphones manufacturer companies all over the world, who always try to produce something beyond the expectations of its fans as this time to fix a second-gen version of Samsung’s 108-megapixel lens.

However, Xiaomi handset has also been used ISOCELL Bright HMX, but South Korean has given a challenge to its competitors adding innovative feature continuing its custom to give best of the best all the time.

Seoul, South Korea based tech giant had been in August about their next unbelievable feature 108-megapixel camera sensor to become only one.

It also has said to be that the development of this sensor by Samsung and Xiaomi’s association that promises 4-in-1 pixel-binned 27-megapixel photos with heaps of point.

We have experienced aspect ratio display of 19:9 on the Galaxy S10, but Samsung is on way to give more than the expectations to its fans adding a 20:9.

According to latest leaks about the Samsung Galaxy S11, the phone will have a Snapdragon 865 SoC along with Android 10 out-of-the-box. It is also rumored to be that South Korean tech giant is being involved to build a new facial recognition system for this mage release.

On the other hand,  GalaxyClub has been claimed that S 11 will be giving extra-ordinary experience of photography to its user with codenamed Hubble, owns the ability  helps point to telescopic zoom capabilities of the smartphone. It has also been heard that the smartphone is anticipated to have a periscope system for its zoom system.

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