According to some recent reports, Samsung has started working on its next Galaxy S generation, and these phones are expected to be launched early next year.
Today, a source from GalaxyClub has unexpectedly shared quite interesting information related to the upcoming Galaxy S11 series camera.
Specifically, today's source has shared that the Galaxy S11 camera is codenamed "Hubble". According to Sammobiles, it seems that the codename seems to be related to the Hubble Space Telescope, and it seems to be a suggestion for the 5x optical zoom feature of the Galaxy S11.
It is known that this feature has appeared many times in previous leaks of Samsung's next Galaxy S flagship. A recent report also claims that the Galaxy S11 will use the second-generation 108MP camera sensor, which has several improvements over the main camera of the Mi CC9 Pro that was launched this afternoon.
In addition, Samsung recently started developing the software of the Galaxy S11, so it's likely the Korean company has perfected the phone's hardware. That means we may see quite a bit more information leaking about the upcoming Galaxy S10. Wait and watch it!
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