It’s no secret that Samsung will probably use its 108MP ISOCELL Bright HMX camera on its next high-end smartphones, but now we can confirm it as a fact.
The One UI 2.0 camera application code has revealed that future Samsung phones will support 12,000 px x 9,000 px still images, which translates into 108,000,000 total pixels.
Samsung is expected to use its Quad Bayer 4-in-1 108MP sensor in its next Galaxy S11 family. The sensor combines 4 pixels in 1 for a final result of 27MP, but it could also produce 12MP still images. It is rumored that Samsung will use a second generation version of this 108MP sensor.
The code also revealed a 20: 9 aspect mode, apparently confirming another rumor: that Samsung’s Galaxy S11 will have a higher screen of 20: 9.