Samsung Galaxy S11+ to feature 108MP sensor with 9-in-1 pixel binning
From the past couple of years, Samsung is using the same 12MP dual-aperture primary camera on its premium Galaxy S & Galaxy Note series phones, but next year, it is going to change. This can be said by considering all the leaks & rumors that hint at an advanced 108MP primary camera in the case of the Samsung Galaxy S11+.
Last month, we got the CAD renders of Galaxy S11+ that revealed a weird camera module on the rear with at least five cameras. But, trusted tipster Ice Universe claimed that the renders were wrong & the phone won’t look like what the renders suggested. Now, he has shared the partial design of Galaxy S11+’s rear camera module along with the specs of the main 108MP sensor.
Ice Universe shared the above image that shows the left side of the camera module where three cameras are placed, one of which is a periscope-style zoom lens. As per Ice Universe, the primary 108MP camera isn’t the same that’s there on the Mi Note 10. Instead, it is an advanced 108MP sensor from Samsung with 9-in-1 pixel binning technology that results in super detailed 12MP shots with an impressive 2.4μm pixel size.
Ice Universe said he doesn’t know how the right portion of the camera module looks like & what sensors are there but expect at least a Time Of Flight sensor & an LED Flash.
As for the other two S11 series phones, they are most likely not going to have the same 108MP primary rear camera as it is for the “Plus” model only (That’s what the rumors indicate).