Samsung Galaxy S11 108MP camera details leaked
- The upcoming Samsung Galaxy S11 has long been rumoured to have a 108MP primary rear camera. Now, a new leak (see below) confirms this development, in addition to providing us with more details.
- First up, the 108MP sensor on the S11 won’t be the ISOCELL Bright HMX like we’ve seen on the Mi Note 10. But instead, it will be custom ISOCELL Bright HM1.
- The big thing is that instead of pixel binning 4 small pixels into 1, the HM1 will combine 9 small pixels into a single pixel with pretty large size of 2.4 µm! Consequently, dynamic range and night time photos should be record-setting, at least on paper.
- Samsung will call this new tech as ‘Nonacell’. Therefore, the standard image resolution from the Samsung S11’s main camera will be 12MP, unless you manually activate the 108MP mode, of course.
- The Galaxy S11 series is expected to be revealed in mid-February 2020, with sales commencing in early March.
S11+ unique new generation 108MP sensor seems to be called ISOCELL Bright HM1. It is a more advanced Nonacell technology than Tetracell. It merges a cluster of 9 pixels into a single pixel and allows 0.8μm pixels to be converted to 2.4μm pixels, greatly improving Low-light shoot
— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) December 18, 2019