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Tech & Science New leak shows that the Galaxy S11+ camera design won’t be as insane as we thought

14:01  29 december  2019
14:01  29 december  2019 Source:   bgr.com

One of the Galaxy S11’s most exciting new features was just teased

  One of the Galaxy S11’s most exciting new features was just teased Samsung announced a 108-megapixel camera sensor for smartphones back in mid-August, the Isocell Bright HMX, which was design together with Xiaomi. That very sensor is now rumored to equip the Galaxy S11 phones next year, which would be a significant upgrade for the Galaxy S line, at least when it comes to megapixels. However, the first phone in the world to rock the 108-megapixel comes from Xiaomi, and the first samples are already here.Xiaomi unveiled the CC9 Pro in China, a phone that was featured in several rumors that preceded this week’s official announcement.

Last month, some early renders of the Galaxy S 11+ ’s camera design emerged, and suffice it to say, it left a lot of people scratching their heads. According to a new tweet from noted leaker OnLeaks, the design above was simply a prototype that has thankfully been abandoned.

The Samsung Galaxy S 11+ camera setup will be one of the most ambitious smartphone camera layouts yet. Subscribe for more internet + tech news.

a close up of a computer: Galaxy-S11e-Render-Up © Provided by Penske Media Corporation Galaxy-S11e-Render-Up

With 2020 right around the corner, it’s only a matter of time before we see how Samsung plans to respond to Apple’s 2019 iPhone 11 lineup. While it’s essentially a guarantee that Samsung will hold a special media event sometime in February, the latest rumblings from the rumor mill suggest that we might see an official unveiling of Samsung’s flagship Galaxy S11 — along with other Galaxy models — as early as February 11.

In the build-up to Samsung’s forthcoming media event, we’ve seen no shortage of rumors regarding the Galaxy S11. Of particular interest are reports claiming that Samsung’s Galaxy S11 will take camera quality to the next level thanks to a 5-camera sensor array on the rear of the device. This is certainly intriguing given that Apple’s iPhone 11 Pro arguably reclaimed the top spot with respect to smartphone camera quality. In turn, it will be interesting to see if Samsung’s new camera design can make up some lost ground.

Samsung is working on a phone design unlike anything ever seen on a Galaxy device

  Samsung is working on a phone design unlike anything ever seen on a Galaxy device Samsung is expected to launch at least three flagship smartphones next year, including the Galaxy S11, Fold 2, and Note 10. But when it comes to design changes, only the Fold 2 is expected to get a significant makeover, according to recent reports. The Galaxy S11 and Note 11 may look a lot like their predecessors, although Samsung will probably add discrete changes in order to help consumers tell all of their phones apart. However, Samsung is also working on smartphone designs unlike anything seen on the Galaxy S or Note series so far.Like all other smartphone vendors, Samsung is working on a phone with a true all-screen design.

Of particular interest are reports that the Samsung Galaxy S 11 will take camera quality to the next level through a network of 5- camera sensors on the back of the According to a new tweet from the famous ram OnLeaks, the above design was simply a prototype that has thankfully been abandoned.

Thanks to prolific leaker OnLeaks, we now have new information on how that camera system may actually look, plus an interesting omission that changes what we 've previously reported about the S11/ S 11+ . OnLeaks took to Twitter this week to confess that the S11 images that circulated in

Last month, some early renders of the Galaxy S11+’s camera design emerged, and suffice it to say, it left a lot of people scratching their heads. The layout of the five camera sensors — which you can see below — was seemingly random and aesthetically unappealing.

The good news is that the final design will be decidedly more elegant.

According to a new tweet from noted leaker OnLeaks, the design above was simply a prototype that has thankfully been abandoned. A more up to date render of the Galaxy S11,+ which you can check out below, is far more in line with what one would expect to see from a flagship smartphone these days.

As far as Galaxy S11 features are concerned, rumor has it that the device family will feature 8K video recording support at 30 frames per second, a 108-megapixel camera with 5x optical zoom, an in-display fingerprint sensor, 12GB of RAM, 5G support, and a Snapdragon 865 processor.

Samsung’s Galaxy Z Flip fully revealed in leaked images .
No 5G, two displays, and a horizontally folding glass displayAs expected, the Z Flip will feature a 6.7-inch, 22:9 aspect ratio foldable OLED display with an FHD+ (2636 x 1080) resolution. Unlike the Galaxy Fold, the new leak confirms that the Z Flip will feature an “ultra thin glass” display, instead of the more fragile plastic panel that caused issues on the Fold. Like Samsung’s other recent phones, the Z Flip will feature a centrally located hole-punch camera on the inside for selfies. There’s also a second display on the outside: a 1.06-inch (300 x 116) OLED panel that can be used to tell the time and for displaying simple notifications.

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