Samsung Galaxy S11: 8K Video Recording?

Publish On: 18 Nov, 2019 03:35 PM | Updated   |   Prateek  

Some developers from 'XDA' took part in the latest Samsung Camera app in OneUI 2.0 beta 4. The Samsung S10 lineup currently comes with a 12MP sensor and now what the developers found out was that a device from Samsung is going to come with a 108MP HMX Sensor which was recently tested out in the Mi Note 10.

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The camera app in which the developers took part in hinted towards native support for 8K Video recording. Samsung plans to take the game to a whole another level by giving the support for 8K Video recording which not even the Google Pixel 4 supports.


Max Weinbach from XDA Developers said:

“The main sensor needs to be able to capture 33,177,600 pixels.”


The camera app not only gives us a hint of the 108MP lens but also gives an idea of the upcoming device's display. The display is going to be tall with a ratio of 20:9 just like the OnePlus 7T. There is a strong chance that the major USP of the Samsung Galaxy S11 is going to be its display.

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Other features that are going to come with the new camera app are as follows:

  • Director’s View Mode
  • Night Hyperlapse
  • Single Take Photo.

Further Details Awaited.

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