Samsung plans for 108MP; revealed in camera app code

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The new upcoming Smartphone of Samsung has a 108MP ISOCELL Bright HMX sensor, but now it is not confirmed yet. The information is revealed in a code presumably of Samsung’s next flagship lineup which is Galaxy S11 series.

108MP camera coming soon on Samsung smartphones revealed in Camera app code

Samsung smartphones will support 12,000px x 9,000px stills which can convert up to 108,000,000 total pixels. It explained by the code from One UI 2.0’s camera app.

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Code obtained by XDA Developers

In an upcoming smartphone most probably Galaxy S11 lineup Samsung will provide the sensor of  Quad Bayer 4-in-1 108MP. It will combine another sensor of 27MP and there is also the possibility of the third 12MP sensor.

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This new phone of Samsung will have a screen aspect ratio of 20:9, which is also revealed by code.

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