Samsung releases its next-generation Galaxy S series flagship around February, so at this point, the S11 is already in the works. Now, when XDA developers parse Samsung’s latest One UI 2.0 Beta 3 code, they discover the 108MP resolution code (1080000 000 total pixels) hidden in the camera program. It also hints again that Samsung’s new Galaxy device will be expected to use a custom 108MP camera sensor.
In fact, there has been news that the Galaxy S11 is code-named “Hubble” and that Samsung will be equipped with a 100-megapixel sensor, while the Xiaomi CC9 Pro’s 100-megapixel sensor is also from Samsung, so at this point, it should be almost no suspense.
It’s unclear whether the Galaxy S11 series will be fully equipped with the potential lens, and it’s possible to use the configuration only on the Galaxy S11 Plus.
The core configuration will be equipped with the Qualcomm Dragon 865 mobile platform, with some versions of the Exynos 9830. Its China and US versions are expected to be available in the Dragon 865 version, and the Korean version is expected to be available in exynos 9830.
Finally, the release time of everyone’s concern, Samsung is expected to release the Galaxy S11 series in late February, in March, the sale, it is worth looking forward to.