Samsung devices have always been good all-rounders, and the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S11 will be no different.
But one area that the Korean giants will look into investing in is in its cameras – specifically when it comes to videography. The new flagship will apparently be able to record in 8K resolution – but they won’t be the first to do so as Xiaomi’s Mi Note 10 takes the crown as number one.
The Galaxy S11 will sport the latest Exynos 990 chipset which supports 108MP cameras, meaning we could very well see the flagship come with exactly that, and they should be using their own ISOCELL Bright HMX sensor to achieve this.
Again, The Mi Note 10 has done it already with the same sensor, but we reckon Samsung will having something up their sleeves in the software department to separate itself from all the other 108MP, 8K camera smartphones to come next year.
Samsung is due to announce the device in the first quarter of 2020, so it may not be long until we get our hands on something potentially quite spectacular.