We are only in October, but the first rumors are already coming that speak of the new flagships of the Korean company, in particular of the S series: we are obviously talking about the next Samsung Galaxy S11 that will debut as usual in the first quarter of the year, in this case of 2020.

Samsung plans to improve the camera with the aim of keeping up with and overcoming the giants in this area (Huawei, Google, and Apple) and, as reported by SamMobile, the upgrade will include 4 photographic modules. To keep pace with the zoom proposed by Oppo and Huawei, Samsung intends to implement a sensor with 5x optical zoom on the upcoming Galaxy S11, a sensor that the Korean company started producing already from the beginning of 2019 but has not yet implemented on their own smartphones.

To accompany this as a sensor we will have an Ultra-Wide camera, now mandatory for smartphones of that price range and a ToF sensor as we have seen on the latest Samsung Galaxy Note 10+. The sizes of the two sensors are not reported and it is also a plausible thing given the time that is still missing for the presentation of the new smartphones.

As for the main camera, the Korean company would like to upgrade considerably: compared to the usual 12 MP sensors, Samsung would be ready to insert a 108 MP camera that it is producing on its own, but we've already seen on the brand new smartphone of Xiaomi, the Mi Mix Alpha.

This information comes very soon compared to the presentation and it is possible that it will undergo changes over the months, pending the presentation of the new Samsung Galaxy S11.

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