Samsung Galaxy S11 and Galaxy Fold 2 said to sport 108MP camera, Galaxy S11 Plus could pack 5000mAh battery [Update: More details]

Update: According to a new report, Samsung Galaxy S11+ is said to feature a 9-to-1 Bayer sensor on its 108MP primary camera. Also, the image reveals the left side of the camera module which is said to house the ultra-wide-angle camera, primary camera, periscope zoom lens, and the ToF sensor and LED flash could be on the right side.

Earlier: It is that time of the year when leaks, renders of the upcoming Galaxy S series smartphone surface and recently renders of the upcoming Galaxy S11e, S11, S11+ surfaced. Now, a new report reveals the key details of the upcoming Galaxy S11 and Galaxy Fold 2 clamshell device.

According to a report from Bloomberg, the upcoming Galaxy S11 will sport a 108MP 1/1.33-inch ISOCELL Bright HMX image sensor for the primary camera along with a 5x telephoto lens, ultra-wide-angle lens, and a 3D time-of-flight camera. This suggests that the S11 will sport quad rear cameras, but previous renders suggested a Penta camera setup. According to another report, the S11+ is confirmed to pack a 5000mAh (typical) battery and will carry the model number EB-BG988ABY.

Previous renders suggest that Samsung Galaxy S11 Plus is said to flaunt a 6.9-inch curved Dynamic AMOLED display and the resolution is expected to be QHD+. Similar to Galaxy Note 10/Note10+, the Galaxy S11 Plus is also said to sport a centered-punch hole camera and regarding the button placement, the power button, and volume buttons are said to be at the left edge and speakers to the bottom edge of the smartphone.

Samsung will also use the same camera setup on the upcoming Galaxy Fold clamshell device and is said to be unveiled alongside Galaxy S11 series, according to the report. Samsung is expected to unveil the Galaxy S11 series at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) in February 2020 or around that time, and we should know more information in the coming days.

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