These days when the performance in smartphones are starting to feel the same, one of the main differences that smartphone makers are trying to achieve would be in the camera department. In fact, it seems that Samsung could very well take the cake with the launch of a 108MP camera in a smartphone.

This is according to a teardown of the Samsung Camera app found in the One UI 2.0 beta, in which there was some evidence found that showed support for photos with a resolution of 12,000 x 9,000, which when translated is about 108MP. This actually doesn’t come as a complete surprise if it were to be true.

This is because earlier this year, it was revealed that Samsung was working on a 108MP sensor, meaning that it was really only a matter of time before it was released for one of the company’s smartphones. That being said, 108MP does seem like overkill for smartphones since most photos are uploaded to social media and compressed, but it is still an impressive feat of technology anyway.

We’re not sure which smartphone this sensor will find its way into, but there is a good chance that it might debut in 2020’s Galaxy S11.

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