Samsung's new flagship smartphone comes with a camera of up to 108 megapixels




Samsung is making a big bet on its new technology, hoping it will bring it to the top when it comes to cameras
Rumors about the specs of Samsung's new Galaxy S11 phone, which arrives in 2020, have been circulating for some time, and according to the latest information, the device will have a 108-megapixel sensor camera and a 5X zoom telephne camera.

Samsung is also planning to use the same camera on its new folding screen phone, which could be unveiled in February 2020.
Samsung's 108-megapixel photo sensor will also be used by other manufacturers, so Xiaomi plans to equip it with its futuristic Mi Mix Alpha phone, and has already integrated it into the Mi Note 10.

Samsung is making a big bet on its new technology, hoping it will bring it to the top when it comes to cameras.
The megapixels certainly don't represent everything, but it looks like the Galaxy S11's camera will be what sets it apart from its predecessor.


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