Today’s tech news: Samsung Galaxy S11 leaked, with 108MP camera


A new leak says that all of the Samsung Galaxy S11 phones will come in even bigger sizes than the S10 line, reaching up a skateboard-worthy 6.9  inches for the S11 Plus, which will come only as a 5G phone. Moreover, software leaks confirm they will come with an oversized 108MP camera sensor.

The screen size leak which is new and not in the latest batch of features comes from reliable leakster Evan Blass. He claims that the Galaxy S11 will start at 6.4 inches in the S11e, 6.7 inches for the Galaxy S11, and 6.9 inches for the Galaxy S11 Plus.

The S11 Plus will come with 5G connectivity standard, while there will be two models for both the S11e and the S11: one LTE/4G only and the other one with the addition of 5G.

The Samsung Camera app code has a 108MP photo mode. Max Weinbach found out that the latest version of the camera software in the One UI 2.0 beta Samsung’s flavor of Android 10 contains support for 12,000 x 9,000 pixel images. In other words: 108 megapixels. 

Instead, it will choose to group the pixels in the Isocell Bright HMX sensor in clusters of 4 o 9 pixels, saving 27MP or 12MP photos. That will dramatically increase the light sensitivity of the device.

The Samsung Galaxy S11 will likely appear around February 2020, so it makes sense that the rumors keep increasing in detail and size. See our Galaxy S11 rumor hub to see all the latest leaks in one place.