Samsung Galaxy S11 Plus - WORLD'S LARGEST PIXEL SIZE

Samsung Galaxy S11 Plus will have the world's largest smartphone camera pixel size according to a well known tipster. Samsung Galaxy S11 and Samsung Galaxy S11+ will be unveiled in February 2020.

So almost all of us know at this point that the Galaxy S11 Plus will have a 108MP camera.
I saw some of you saying it's just a marketing gimmick, more megapixels doesn't mean better
camera which I totally agree but we got some more information about this sensor which reveals
that it's not just a marketing gimmick, the Galaxy S11 Plus will indeed rule the smartphone
cameras next year both in daylight and in low light.

You see Ice Universe tweeted this yesterday, I see a lot of people didn't understand it
so let me explain what exactly he meant and why it's such a big deal.
Like I've said megapixels aren’t everything when it comes to camera quality.
In fact, it’s a small cog in a much bigger machine.
There are other factors such as sensor size, the pixel size, software post-processing,
and the quality of the camera lens to consider.
So let me briefly explain each of these so you get a better idea.
The sensor size is pretty easy to understand.
A larger sensor has more area for the light to fall on, equating to a greater ability
to gather the light.

You see more the light more information the sensor captures.
But the thing is if the megapixel count increases so do the sensor size.
So the Sensor size is useful for getting an idea of how much space in the smartphone camera
module is consumed by the sensor but less useful for gauging total light collection
as megapixel counts vary between smartphones.
This is where pixel size comes in, giving a direct measure of how large the individual
photodetectors are in the camera sensor.
To simply put, the bigger the pixel size the more light it captures which increases the
image quality, increases the dynamic range and decreases the noise in low light conditions.
That being said, Ice Universe is saying the Galaxy S11+ will take 108MP images but it'll
not save it in that resolution, instead, it will convert them into 12MP images using 9to1
binning technology resulting in the pixel size of 2.4micro meter or micron.
The 2.4 micron is important here.

It's the world's biggest pixel size ever put in a smartphone.
To give you comparison the iPhone 11 Pro and Pixel 4 XL both have 1.4-micron pixel size.
Like I've said, the bigger the pixel size the better so the 2.4-micron Pixel size of
the S11+ is going to be significantly bigger and will directly result in great low light
photos compared to the Pixel 4 and the iPhone 11 Pro.
Now, some of you might be wondering that why is Samsung not using the full 108MP images,
why they're binning it to 12MP.
Well, that's because if they use the full 108MP images then the Pixel size would be
0.8 microns.

That would result in bad low light photos and hence they're binning it to 12MP.
So when Onleaks revealed the first look of the Galaxy S11+, it showed a huge camera rectangle
with asymmetrical camera arrangement.
Ice Universe quickly pointed out that the rendering is wrong, the real phone won't have
this messy camera layout.
And today he tweeted out an image of the Galaxy S11+ showing the actual camera arrangement.
Now I'm not really sure if this is the real official render or he made it himself but
it looks clean, symmetrical and way better than what Onleaks revealed in his renders.
We can't see the full layout but what we can see is the ultrawide camera, the main camera,
and the periscope zoom lens.
On the right, we should have a time of flight sensor, the flash and possibly a laser autofocus

That being said, let me know what do you think?
Does the camera look better now or you still don't like the way it looks?
Do let me know down in the comments