Most smartphones today have 48-Megapixel or 64-Megapixel sensors, the number of devices having 108-Megapixel is growing too. However, if rumours are to be believed, Samsung will soon launch a 144-Megapixel sensor, which will be manufactured through the 14nm FinFET process. Samsung could possibly be working on a 144-Megapixel sensor as they showcased the 14nm FinFET manufacturing process recently. Qualcomm’s most recent Snapdragon 865 processor already offers support for up to 200-Megapixel sensors.
However the device with the 144-Megapixel is unlikely to launch in the near future. Speculations believe that the 144-Megapixel camera will feature on the Galaxy Note 11 or Note 11+ in the later part of 2020. The upcoming Samsung Galaxy S11 series is rumoured to have a 108-Megapixel sensor, which shall hopefully be confirmed soon when the company will officially launch the product.
The upcoming Galaxy S11-series might feature a 108-Megapixel sensor with a telephoto lens and 5x optical zoom capability. The device is most probably powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 865 processor with 5G connectivity. The standard Galaxy S11 is said to have a 4,500 mAh battery while the low-end version, the Galaxy S11e will have a 3,800 mAh battery. The Galaxy S11 plus might have a 5,000 mAh battery setup.
On the other hand, Samsung is slated to launch a mid-range smartphone with 108MP rear camera sensor as well. It was supposed to be launched in Dec 2019. However, the launch has been shifted to Jan 2020. With that, it will get a Snapdragon CPU and will come in 6 and 8GB RAM options. Nothing is clear on the screen size and the internal memory at the moment. But going by the past launches it should come with at least 128GB of internal storage with the option to expand it further using a microSD card.
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