According to the report of SAMMOBILE, the second-generation of Samsung Galaxy Fold, which will be released in 2020, is also expected to use its own 100MP ISOCELL Bright HMX sensor as the Galaxy S11.
Today, in a report released by Bloomberg, a source of Samsung was quoted which confirming that the Galaxy S11 will use a 108MP main camera with support 5x optical zoom and ultra-wide angle. At the same time, the report mentioned that the successor of Galaxy S10 will feature a quad-camera setup on the back and its forth sensor should be a ToF sensor like Galaxy Note 10 plus. The ToF sensor is used to enhance the depth detection capability.
In addition, the company is expected to release the Galaxy Fold 2 with the Galaxy S11 in February 2020. The report also mentioned that the 5x zoom module carried by the relevant mobile phone was developed by Samsung Electronics and Machinery Co., and the production of related components began as early as next year.
It is worth noting that the leak images of a battery used by the Galaxy Fold 2 were also exposed earlier. According to the images, the Samsung seems to further reduce the battery capacity to reserve a place for the entire line of camera modules. At the same time, SAMMOBILE also confirmed that the Galaxy S11 will support 8K video recordings from the APK code of the Samsung Camera application included in the UI 2.0 beta firmware.
Previously, the Korean company revealed a folding screen smartphone with a clamshell design similar to Motorola Razr at a developer conference in October. However, it is not clear whether this is Galaxy Fold 2 or not.
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