Today, SAMMOBILE reported, the second-generation Samsung Galaxy Fold 2 will be released next year. It is also expected to use the same 100-megapixel Samsung ISOCELL Bright HMX sensor as the Galaxy S11.
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In an article released today by Bloomberg, Samsung sources were cited, that the Samsung Galaxy S11 will use a 108MP main camera. It also will support the 5x optical zoom and ultra-wide angle lens. The 5x zoom module carried by the relevant smartphone developed by Samsung Electronics and Machinery Co. This camera is codenamed “Hubble”. The main reason why the manufacturer called it in this way is that it supports 5x optical zoom and will also support optical image stabilization.
The report also mentioned that the Samsung Galaxy S11 will use a rear quad-camera solution. The fourth sensor should be a ToF sensor, similar to the ToF sensor on the Galaxy Note 10.
In addition, the source also mentioned that the 100-megapixel Samsung ISOCELL Bright HMX sensor will also appear in Samsung’s next-generation foldable phone (the Samsung Galaxy Fold 2). We are waiting for Samsung to release the next-generation of Galaxy Fold smartphone with the Galaxy S11 in February next year.
It is worth mentioning that the battery spy photos of the Samsung Galaxy Fold 2 have also been exposed. From those photos, we can see Samsung seems to have further reduced the battery capacity in order to reserve a place for the entire camera module. At the same time, SAMMOBIL also confirmed that the Samsung Galaxy S11 will support 8K video recording through the Samsung Camera application.
It is expected that Samsung will officially release the Galaxy S11 and Galaxy Fold 2 in February next year.