Rumors relating to Samsung Galaxy S11 + are intensifying, the most powerful version of the new top of the range branded Samsung, which should arrive on international markets in the early months of 2020.
To provide us with new rumors, Ice Universe leaker with a very peculiar tweet reveals important information about the rear camera of the new flagship. Samsung should use a 108 megapixel main sensor, not an absolute feature as it made its debut on Xiaomi Mi Note 10 a few weeks ago.
— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) December 15, 2019
According to the Ice Universe, Samsung Galaxy S11+ would use 9-in-1 pixel binning technology, thus combining nine adjacent pixels to create a decidedly large one, able to acquire more information, especially in poor lighting conditions.
The final result would therefore be a sensor capable of taking photos at 12 megapixels, but with 2.4 micron pixels, decidedly very large compared to the solutions put in place by the competition so far. This is the largest solution yet seen on a smartphone, which in addition to capturing more light should allow a drastic reduction in noise, especially when the light begins to fall.
At the moment these are rumors not officially confirmed by Samsung and therefore to be taken with pliers, but usually the Ice Universe is a reliable leaker so it is likely that we will see a marked improvement in smartphone photography skills in 2020, starting with the new flagship of the South Korean giant.