There are some reports that suggest that Samsung could be including a 108MP image sensor on its upcoming Galaxy S11 smartphone. This coincides with the report that Samsung made in August, when it developed the 108MP ISOCELL Bright HMX sensor with Xiaomi. The sensor is the first to have a triple-digit megapixel count. It also carries a 12032x9024 resolution.
Today’s report comes from reliable tipster @UniverseIce, who tweeted about the possibility that this new 108MP sensor could be included on the Galaxy S11. The device is expected to be announced on February 24, just in time for the Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2020 event to be held in Barcelona.
As of this writing, there is not much information available on the Galaxy S11 except that its pre-installed software is already being developed, along with its other models: the Galaxy S11+ and Galaxy S11e. Just last month, it was reported that Samsung already signed off on the configuration options and final design for the three devices.
In addition to carrying the 108MP sensor, the Galaxy S11 is rumored to feature Infinity-O display with punch hole selfie cameras. The devices are also believed to run on Qualcomm Snapdragon’s 865 processor and will include support for 5G connectivity.