Samsung Electronics’ next Galaxy S11 (tentative name) is said to be equipped with a 108MP camera, the news is said to support 8K video recording.
According to the overseas media XDA developer, Samsung’s recent analysis of the Samsung camera app of the Galaxy S10 One UI 2.0 Beta 4 update revealed a code suggesting 8K video recording support.
8K video recording is likely to be installed in the Galaxy S11, which Samsung Electronics will release in the first half of 2020. Samsung’s recently announced Exynos 990 chipset supports 4K @ 120fps and 8K @ 30fps video. The unannounced Snapdragon 865 chipset could also support 8K @ 30fps video recording, the media said.
Last month, the HTML5Test browser benchmark website captured a Samsung device presumed to be the Galaxy S11, which supports a 20: 9 aspect ratio. The same Samsung camera app also found a reference to the 20: 9 aspect ratio.
In addition, Samsung camera app has discovered new camera features such as Director’s View, Single Take Photo, and Night Hyperlapse that are expected to be provided on the Galaxy S11.