After the Galaxy S10, the Tab S6 tablet and the introduction of Note 10, it seems that Samsung is already planning the release of the Galaxy S11. Indeed, even if there are still six months before its launch, rumors are already circulating about it.
The Galaxy S11 will be an update of this year’s quartet, the Galaxy S10, S10 Plus, S10e, and S10 5G. It could also have features identical to Note 10, such as its colors (Aura Glow, Aura White, and Rose), 45W fast charge and photosensors. Like the latest releases, The Samsung S11 would also be without a jack, the Bixby button and the heart rate sensor.
In addition, what we are sure of is that there will be an S11 Plus variant, which will differ from the S11 model in terms of screen size, range, and camera lenses. However, we do not know if Samsung will offer a cheaper “e” edition.
To find out more about the Galaxy S11, we’ve gathered the most plausible rumors about this new Galaxy.
When will they release the Samsung Galaxy S11?
The Galaxy S11 will probably show next February, before the MWC, which will take place from February 24 to 27, 2020.
If we look back to previous years, it will certainly be available by pre-order in the following days and will be on sale from March 2020.
How much does the Galaxy S11 cost?
The price of the Galaxy S10 starts at $999 and the price of the Plus model at $1099. Its cheapest version, the S10e, is at $799.
At this time, we have no reason to believe that Samsung will increase its prices for the Galaxy S11 compared to the S10 range.
What will the Samsung Galaxy S11 look like?
The S11 screen would move away from the Infinity-O display to make way for an AMOLED panel with even smaller edges and a smaller punch than the one in Note 10.
According to Yang Byung-duk, Vice President of Samsung’s R&D group, this screen could even serve as a loudspeaker. The famous Ice Universe seems to believe in these statements.
Ice Univers says that the Galaxy S11, also known as Picasso, will see a significant update of its camera. Maybe we will see the inclusion of a Samsung isocell bright GW1 sensor of 64 Mp? The latter has the particularity of combining four pixels to form a single high-quality pixel. Resulting in a significantly improved 16 Mp image.
In any case, for Ice Universe, Samsung could hit very hard when it comes to photography and even surpass Huawei.
The YouTube channel “Tech Configurations” released the video of a first concept. Imagining that the new Samsung flagship would be equipped with a triple-lens rotating camera, similar to the Galaxy A80.
Note, however, that this is only a creation of content based on rumors.
The Galaxy S11 should integrate a Snapdragon 865 processor, with a 5G modem and LPDDR 5X and UFS 3.0 memory
As for its software, the Galaxy S11 can also be expected to run on Android 10 Q. Scheduled for release in August, with the Samsung OneUI overlayer.