The flagship Samsung Galaxy S11 will be able to take photos with a resolution of 12000 × 9000 pixels

In mid-August, Samsung officially introduced the ISOCELL Bright HMX image sensor with record resolution

108 megapixels.It was created jointly with Xiaomi, and the first smartphones with this sensor were Xiaomi Mi Mix Alpha and Xiaomi Mi Note 10 (aka CC9 Pro in the Chinese market). But soon Samsung smartphones will also get a 108-megapixel camera.

Who is first?

The developers found in the third beta versionproprietary One UI 2.0 firmware mention of 108-megapixel camera: The Samsung Camera app now supports a resolution of 12,000 x 9,000 pixels, for a total of 108,000,000 pixels or 108 megapixels.

There is no specific smartphone model in the code, butMost likely, the first smartphone with such a camera will be the flagship Samsung Galaxy S11. But the company can also “practice” on the Galaxy A series: last year, the Galaxy A9 became the first smartphone with a four-module camera.

Of course, the smartphone is unlikely to displayFull resolution photos: Most likely, multiple pixels will be combined into one to reduce noise. For example, the Mi Mix Alpha uses a 108MP sensor to produce 27MP photos.

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