Bloomberg, citing sources familiar with the matter, reports that Samsung plans to "overhaul" the Galaxy S11's camera which includes outfitting the device with its landmark 108 megapixel lens - the highest megapixel lens of any mobile device on the market.
First and foremost, the folks over at Bloomberg are corroborating numerous Galaxy S11 camera details that have leaked in the past few months.
Bloomberg reports that the company will introduce the new Galaxy S11 with a 108-megapixel camera sensor sometime in February of 2020. Bloomberg's tipsters said that there is an ultrawide-lens camera for taking panorama shots and a time-of-flight sensor created to collect depth data. The S11 will also host an extra three sensors on the rear, including one lens for capturing ultrawide angles and one with 5x optical zoom.
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At least one model in the S11 range will also apparently have a time-of-flight sensor for depth detection, which is especially useful for portrait shots and augmented reality.
There is no more information available about the Galaxy Gold successor but if it happens to be unveiled in a couple of months, we can expect more leaks to surface on the web in the coming days.