Back in August, Samsung announced that it had developed a 108MP image sensor with Xiaomi. The Galaxy S11 series is expected to arrive in Q2 2020. Samsung is now reportedly working on a new iteration of its 2019 flagship phone, dubbed as Galaxy S10 Lite. The sketches suggest that the design of the new handset comes as a mix of the Galaxy S10+ and Galaxy S9+ with a horizontally-aligned dual selfie camera at the front and a vertically-aligned dual rear camera setup at the back. That camera sensor is regarded to be a mid-range sensor, despite the fact it's extremely capable.
Over the past weeks, reports about the unprecedented optics and 5X optical zoom of the camera setup of Samsung Galaxy S11 have been rife online. This measures the time it takes for an infrared beam to bounce off a subject and return to the camera.
7/10/19: We don't yet know much about the Samsung Galaxy S11, but we might already know when it will be launching. It's all pretty confusing, if we're being honest, and we should probably just wait until the W20 5G's official launch to see if it's a new foldable phone, a new flip phone in an existing lineup, or a rebranded Galaxy Fold 5G.
The new models will be powered by the Snapdragon 865 Mobile Platform in the U.S. Qualcomm's new flagship SoC will be manufactured by Samsung's foundry unit. Previous rumours have also pointed to 45W fast charging.