Galaxy S11 launch event date could be February 18, 2020
○ Samsung is expected to launch the Galaxy S11 series at MWC 2020 could be Feb 18, 2020
○ The S11 series could be launched in as many as three varients S11, S11+, S11e
○ The phones could get 120Hz displays, 45W Fast Charging and powerful cameras
A new leak has revealed that instead of calling it the Galaxy S11, Samsung could name the upcoming flagship as Galaxy S20. Here’s all you need to know.
S amsung Galaxy S11 series is expected to be the next flagship line-up from Samsung, one that’s most likely going to be launched at MWC 2020 in Barcelona. And with barely a few weeks to go for its launch, leaks and rumours have started to come thick and fast.
The lineup is expected to feature three new phones and bring to the market new features as well as industry-leading specifications and a design that’s at least an improvement if not a completely refreshed take on the Galaxy S10’s.
Arguably the most important launch of the coming year for Samsung, there is a lot that’s expected from the Galaxy S11 series. Ahead of its launch, let’s take a look at the rumours and leaks which currently range in the plenty surrounding the device.
Here’s everything you need to know about the Galaxy S11 ahead of the smartphone’s launch.
Three New S11 Phones:
The Galaxy S11 series could be launched in as many as three different sizes each of which will feature multiple RAM and storage variants.
S11, S11 Plus and S11 Pro. Talking about the three phones, the Galaxy S11 could bring with it a 6.2-inch display, while the Galaxy S11 Plus could get a 6.7-inch panel.
The S11 Pro may end up being for those only with big hands as the device is rumoured to bring with it a massive 6.9-inch display making it the biggest display on a Galaxy S series device to date. Another difference between the 2019 and 2020 series phones would be that all three phones this time would come with curved displays.
Everything About Cameras:
While the camera set-ups on the three phones are expected to be similar, they won’t be identical. But from what we know, all three phones should get a three lens set-up.
According to reports, all three phones could sport a custom 108-megapixel sensor as its primary as opposed to the one that was already released by Samsung earlier in the year.
As such, for the Galaxy S11 series, Samsung is looking at an all-new ISOCELL Bright HM1 sensor which will shoot in 12-megapixel by stitching together 9 instead of 4 adjacent pixels. The results of this new lens could be a major improvement over the 108-megapixel lens already available on the Mi Note 10 launched earlier in the year.
Reports also claim that apart from the primary lens, the phones could also sport an ultra-wide-angle lens and a periscope zoom lens. However, on the S11 Pro, there could also be a Time of Flight (ToF) sensor.
Everything about Specs and OS:
Reports suggest for the Galaxy S11, Samsung will use the Snapdragon 865 chipset that is claimed to be 20 per cent faster at rendering graphics than the Snapdragon 855 in the Galaxy S10 all while remaining 35 per cent more power efficient than its predecessor.
This would be paired with Android 10-based One UI 2 and may even be available with up to 1TB of internal storage. There’s also a very good chance that it’s not going to have a headphone jack and all phones being launched as part of the Galaxy S11 series.
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