On November 18th, XDA editor-in-chief Max Winebach discovered some of the details of the Galaxy S11 series in Samsung’s latest version of the camera app. In the One UI 2.0 Beta 4 camera app, Samsung has increased support for 8K video recording, meaning that the Galaxy S11 series supports 8K video recording, and that it features soC Exynos 990 supports 4K 120fps and 8K 30fps video recording.
Max Winebach points out that while QualcommSnapdragon 865 has not been released, support for the 8K 30fps is not a problem (as is customary, the Galaxy S11 series will offer theSnapdragon 865 and Exynos 990 options).
To achieve 8K video recording, the Galaxy S11 series is bound to feature a higher-pixel camera, so it seems that the Galaxy S11 series uses 100 million pixels should be no suspense.
Also in the camera app, Max Winebach found a 20:9 scale display, suggesting that the Galaxy S11 screen aspect ratio could be 20:9.
Finally, the Galaxy S11 series is likely to debut at MWC2020 in February, and it’s worth looking forward to.
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