The long-rumored Samsung Galaxy S11 might come with a capacity to record 8K videos and a 108MP camera, a teardown of a Samsung camera app indicated.

The recent APK teardown of the One UI 2.0 beta 4 of the Samsung camera app, as reported in XDA Developers, pointed to a mode which allows video shooting on 8K resolution in a 20:9 aspect ratio. Interestingly, the feature is set at only 30 fps, not 60 fps.

Still, these numbers represent a huge upgrade form Samsung Galaxy S10's capacity to record 4K resolution videos at 60 fps.

The information extracted from the Samsung app could not be directly linked to S11, but the South Korean tech giant would need a solid reason not to integrate the attractive feature in the next version of its flagship product.

S11 is expected to be powered by the Exynos 990 chipset, which can support 8K video recording. Samsung is also said to be eyeing Qualcomm's Snapdragon 865, which could also support 8K video recording.

Since 8K recording demands high-resolution capacity from the camera lens as well, S11 may come with a 108 megapixels main camera. A camera capable of producing 8K videos requires at least 33,177,600 pixels, more than double of Galaxy S10 main camera's capacity of 12,000,000 pixels.

New leaks revealing more details about the Samsung Galaxy S11 have appeared. TGspot/Wikimedia Creative Commons

Other features of the Samsung camera app include new modes such as Director’s View, Single Take Photo, and Night Hyperlapse.

Galaxy S11, scheduled to be released in early 2020, is also rumoured have a 6.9-inch full-view display with a punch-hole for the front camera, 12GB of RAM and 256GB of internal storage and battery capacity up to 4,800 mAh.