The launching of the Samsung Galaxy S11 is anticipated in the third week of February 2020. Hence there have been plenty of leaks surrounding the phone.
Samsung is foreseen to launch its three variants as a part of its S11 series, including Samsung Galaxy S11, Samsung Galaxy S11+, and Samsung Galaxy S11e.
The Samsung Galaxy S11 series will be supporting 5G, and now these most premium phones will also incorporate a camera sensor of 108 megapixels, which would be different from the ISOCELL HMX Bright sensor that was released a few months ago.
Through Twitter, Ice Universe, a tipster claimed that the Samsung Galaxy S11 would feature a 108-megapixel camera sensor.
The tipster also said that this new custom sensor would be of superior quality and is priced at a higher cost. Yet, it will be of the same size that is 1 or 1.3-inch. The tweet did not mention any differences between the two sensors. There were no details regarding the quality of the sensor.
Samsung is expected to release the details officially in the coming weeks. The Galaxy S11 variant is proclaimed to provide 5x optical zoom support and come up with a second-generation 108-megapixel sensor.
The Samsung Galaxy S11e was separately spotted on the 3C certification website in China. The listing on the website shows that this variant will come with the EP –TA800 charger that supports 25W fast charging. It means that the complete series of Samsung Galaxy S11 will support 25W fast charging. The listing as well as restates the support for 5G.
According to the previous reports, the Samsung Galaxy S11+ expects the bearing of a massive 5,000mAh battery, a hole-punch display, and five rear cameras. On the other hand, the Samsung Galaxy S11e is proclaimed to have a hole-punch display, a 3,730mAh battery, and three rear cameras.
The Galaxy S11+ uses a 1 / 1.3-inch 108MP Samsung exclusive custom sensor, which is superior in quality to ISOCELL Bright HMX and has a high cost.
— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) December 8, 2019