Here’s All We Know So Far About The Samsun Galaxy S11

Published on December 27, 2019
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Get set for the Galaxy phone line’s greatest updates yet. Rumors about the Galaxy S11 are swirling — if that’s what Samsung is naming its 2020 flagship phone. Most of the current speculation is based on huge camera updates, and several big leaks have already occurred.

In the Galaxy S11, we are talking about three larger screen sizes, a possible 108MP sensor, as well as a 120Hz clock, with 5G and a powerful 865 Snapdragon chip. Further batteries can also be provided across the Galaxy S11’s three alleged versions.

The OnePlus 7T is impressing with its performance and the iPhone 11 series with its visual to its users. While Google’s Pixel 4 has better machine, it is really difficult for Samsung to make its space among competitors. But there are plenty of explanations for the company’s new handset to be pumped around.

Here’s all the news and speculation of the biggest Galaxy S11 so far.

Recent news and speculation from Galaxy S11 (updated Dec. 27)

  • Samsung has posted a video from its image sensor Isocell Bright HMX, which can be used in the Galaxy S11. We now have an interpretation of what to anticipate from the 108-megapixel image sensor on the phone, along with that video.
  • Qualcomm took the wraps off the Snapdragon 865, the new platform for smartphone computing that is all but certain to fuel the Galaxy S11 handsets launched in the U.S. Our Snapdragon 865 tests say this new chip eliminates the gap with the A13 Bionic platform between top Android phones and iPhones.
  • A concept design of Galaxy S11 is shown with a square camera setup. Leaker IceUniverse claims that three of the lenses are positioned in a horizontal row to compensate for a periscope mirror that can improve the telephoto lens ‘ optical zoom.
  • IceUniverse also says that in San Francisco, Calif, on February 18, Samsung will reveal the Galaxy S11 and its foldable clamshell tablets.

Release Date of Samsung Galaxy 11

Samsung will host a launch event for the Galaxy S11 in San Francisco on February 18, according to @IceUniverse on Facebook. The leaker claims Samsung will also announce new foldable clamshell phones at that same case, which could include the Galaxy Fold 2.

For the Galaxy S10, a few days before the Mobile World Congress trade show in Barcelona this year, Samsung arranged the product launch. It was revealed on February 20. On March 8, the phone went on sale.

Mobile World Congress is a good indication that Samsung is preparing to unveil a new telephone even if it doesn’t take place at the exhibition itself. On 24th February, it may launch the Mobile World Congress 2020, so it might start on or a few days before that date.

A speculated launch date was issued in San Francisco as of Feb. 18, 2020. The original report (SamMobile) does not find the source of the information to be fully reliable, but at least this date fits past releases.

Price of Samsung Galaxy 11

There are no reliable reports on the Galaxy S11 yet for the size. But if the Galaxy S10 series is a reference, you should predict the iPhone 11 to go head-to-head with a range of models and an inexpensive edition.

$749 is available price for the Galaxy S10e in the market. The largest Galaxy S10 Plus price is $999 and the Galaxy S10 standard costs $899. We are expecting similar rates with one additional feature, 5G. We don’t know, what models that would provide and how much it will add to the costs, at this point.

One speculation is that Samsung has introduced a cheaper Galaxy S11 Lite variant alongside the Galaxy S11, but only in Europe and Asia can it arrive.

Display & Size – Galaxy 11

While other firms with the support of pop-up cameras have accomplished a bezel-free look, Samsung and others are now trying to insert the camera sensor below the frame. It seems, though, that the Galaxy S10 still has a cutout like the Galaxy Note 10.

While we don’t know the size of the monitor of the Galaxy S11, one reported benchmark refers to a potential larger screen with an aspect ratio of 20:9.

What about the scale of the screen? The Galaxy S11e would be 6.4″, the Galaxy S11 would be 6.7”, and 6.9″ would be the Galaxy S11 Plus, according to the Evan Blass. All of these models would be substantially larger than the 5.8, 6.1 and 6.4-inch Galaxy S10 series.

The S11 can still be supplied with bezels, but less narrow, than the already small ones on Note 10, according to a tweet of the Ice Universe. We’re going to have to wait a while for Samsung to build a counterpart to the “waterfall display” of the Huawei Mate 30 Pro, it seems.

Camera Features

Note 10 of Galaxy, with the same triple lens configuration that Samsung launched with the S10 line-up, was hard to confuse. Great pictures with the Galaxy S11, though, should be on the way.

The Samsung Camera device code has 108MP video format according to XDA Developers. Max Weinbach found that the latest camera’s version of the One UI 2.0 Beta–Android 10 Samsung’s edition–provides 12,000x 9,000 pixels of camera support. That’s 108 megapixels, in other words.

Battery Capacity

It is almost a certainty that a smartphone has a higher battery capacity than the previous model. However, a big jump in the S11 sequence may happen in the battery life competition. The S11e could have up to 4,000mAh, an improvement of 900mAh across the S10e based on a report published by Ice Universe. It allows the S11 Plus to use up to 5,000mAh batteries according to the same source.

A recent leak from SamMobile reveals that the S11 has a battery capacity of 4,500 mAh that makes sense if we look at the previous leaks.


As we hear about the Galaxy S11 more and more, the more excited we are. There are some aspects that you may won’t like, like the punch-holes and slightly angled screens, as well as some undesirable features, like the feel of a huge camera patch that takes up the back of your phone.

However, important upgrades are more than welcome to battery size, display and cameras and look to push the S11 ahead. We look forward to the expected launch in February and to some of Samsung’s official news, which can confirm or deny rumors.

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