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- A trustworthy gizmos leaker has tipped that Samsung’s Galaxy S11 mobile phone, expected in early 2020, will have a 108- megapixel electronic camera.
- Samsung formerly announced a 108- megapixel electronic camera module, which the company said would enhance low-light images. However it wasn’t clear at the time which Samsung mobile phone would get such a module.
- Smartphones generally have in between 12- and 16- megapixel cameras.
- Samsung is apparently going for a hardware technique to improve its mobile phone video cameras, whereas the leading mobile phone cam makers– Apple and Google— use software to process and boost their images.
- See Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.
Samsung’s so-called “Galaxy S11” that’s anticipated to be released in early 2020 might come with a cam that has 108- megapixels, according to a trustworthy gadgets leaker on Twitter, @IceUniverse.
For perspective, most smartphone usually have in between 12- and 16- megapixel video cameras.
Samsung had currently revealed a 108- megapixel mobile phone cam module back in August, but it wasn’t clear when it would feature in the company’s smartphones.
— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) November 4, 2019
High megapixel count does not necessarily indicate much better photos– Apple and Google use 12- megapixel video cameras on their mobile phones, and they’re the very best smartphone electronic cameras you can presently discover. Rather, it’s great software application and processing that is the key to making the iPhone 11 and Google Pixel 4 so good, consisting of in low-light circumstances.
Unlike Apple and Google, Samsung is going the hardware route to attain better performance with its next smartphone camera. One of the main benefits Samsung touted about its 108- megapixel video camera is much better pictures in low light– an area where the company trails behind compared to Apple and Google’s newest offerings.
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