The Samsung Galaxy S11 will have a trypophobia-inducing number of cameras on its back. For the first time, Samsung is adding a Laser AF system – as leakster Ice Universe points out, that’s the small circle at the bottom right of the busy camera island.

Previously, Samsung had relied on the Dual Pixel AF system of the image sensor. So, why the change – does the 108MP main sensor not have Dual Pixel AF? The ISOCELL Bright HMX does not have it, but it’s not clear if that’s the sensor that Samsung will use on its flagship.

Either way, any of the four other cameras may need assistance in…

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