Throughout the week, there have been a number of leaks for the much anticipated Samsung Galaxy S11 flagship smartphone. Through the usual yet reliable online leaksters, comes new alleged details regarding the phone’s camera features and more.
As we’ve mentioned before, previous rumours regarding its camera system suggests that the S11 will be equipped with a new version of Samsung’s powerful 108MP sensor that made its debut with the Xiaomi Mi Note 10. IceUniverse has recently tipped that the upcoming flagship will also be equipped with a new laser autofocus system. It’s hinted that the system is used to assist the S11’s cameras due to the lack of Dual Pixel autofocus support on Samsung’s ISOCELL Bright HMX sensor.
Other than that, LetsGoDigital had uncovered an alleged patent for a new Bright Night sensor by Samsung, which was filed to European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO). While it may share the same “Bright Night” name which also happens to be Samsung’s enhanced night mode camera feature found on the S10 and Note 10, the patent suggests that this version will be an all new sensor altogether. LetsGoDigital speculates that this new sensor may see its debut on the upcoming S11 series.
Last but not least, OnLeaks also recently uploaded a series of new renders to what the Samsung S11 Plus might look like. Seeing that this is the Plus variant, the phone is larger than its standard counterpart with little to minor differences to be found, except for what can be observed on its back. Referring to the previous leaks of the standard S11, the camera island on the S11 Plus version appears to be wider, but still sporting a total of five cameras sensors. However, fellow leakster IceUniverse pointed out that these S11 Plus renders are inaccurate and the actual product will look different.
Accurate or not, we have no say on the right or wrong in terms of leaked information. Without a doubt, we’ll only know for sure once Samsung officially announces the phone in the coming months.