Samsung Galaxy 11+ Casing Image. Reveals New Raised 108mp Camera Model
The new Samsung Galaxy 11 is set to have a raised camera module similar to the new Apple iPhone after an image of a new cover design was leaked in China.
According to new images the case for the Samsung Galaxy S11+ can clearly be seen as having a distinct cut out for the Penta camera module on the left back of the Samsung smartphone.
On the front is a single centre punch-hole for a selfie camera.
We can also reveal that one of the reasons that Samsung has followed Apple is because the new Galaxy 11 and 11+ will come with a 108MP ultra-high-resolution photosensor that enhances the effect of night and dark room shooting.
The name of this tech is “Bright Night Sensor”.
The main camera of the Samsung Galaxy S11+ is a 108-megapixel sensor which is accompanied by a 48MP secondary camera, a ToF lens, a wide-angle camera, and the all new Bright Night sensor.
It is said to support 10x optical zoom and up to 100x hybrid zoom. Under the bonnet.
According to a recent EUIPO trademark filing, Samsung applied for a new trademark called “Bright Night Sensor”, this is a hardware component that is a photosensitive element for products such as mobile phones.
The new Samsung Galaxy S11 series will be capable of delivering powerful night scene algorithm to enhance night shots and video shot at nighttime similar to what TCL Mobile already has with their TCL Plex smartphone camera.
The new device will be powered by two processors depending on what market the Galaxy device is sold in.
They include the Exynos 990 or the Snapdragon 865 platform. The Australian models will have a Snapdragon 865 processor.
The Series will be powered by a 4,900mAh battery.
Pricing is tipped to be similar to today’s pricing due to a fall in demand for smartphones.