There isn’t much information available about Samsung’s Galaxy S10 successor, the Galaxy S11 or whatever Samsung ends up calling it, until today.
Rumor has it that Samsung is planning to introduce some major improvements to the camera of the Galaxy S11 smartphone, which will be launched sometime in 2020. The S11 will be having a 64MP camera sensor at the back of the smartphone, which is a massive upgrade from this year’s Galaxy S10 that has two 12MP lenses and one 16MP lens at the back.
For a quick refresher, Samsung announced that two new image sensors to support the 64-megapixel camera in smartphones. According to Samsung, these image sensors will bring a new level of photography to smartphones.
With improved image sensors that are made for 64-megapixel cameras, it seems likely that Samsung has no technical challenges in introducing a 64MP sensor to their future smartphones.
That said, we haven’t heard from the horse’s mouth yet, so everything that comes prior to the official announcements must be taken with a grain of salt.