It's no secret that Samsung will likely use its 108MP ISOCELL Bright HMX camera in its upcoming high-end smartphones but now we can confirm it as fact.
The code from One UI 2.0's camera app has revealed that Samsung's future phones will support 12,000px x 9,000px stills, which translates to 108,000,000 total pixels.
It's highly anticipated that Samsung will use its Quad Bayer 4-in-1 108MP sensor in its upcoming Galaxy S11 family. The sensor combines 4 pixels into 1 for a final 27MP result, but it could also produce 12MP stills. Rumor has it Samsung will use a second gen version of this 108MP sensor.
Code obtained by XDA Developers
The code also revealed a 20:9 aspect mode, seemingly confirming another rumor - that Samsung's Galaxy S11 will have a taller 20:9 screen.
and 20:9 pic.twitter.com/2xJvQ9ayV5— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) November 9, 2019
The cheap notch/hole isn't great for viewing or you love your TV with notch or hole!? A 21:9 screen ratio still can be handle well because it narrow width and it is best for split screen and web contain and panoramatic view.
i hope samsung give raw for photo and 10bit colour,h265 codec for editing
amazing phone...witing for it