There is some pertinent intel on the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S11 that you must know. Leakster @onleaks revealed in a render that Samsung could be shifting the front camera setup mounted on Galaxy S10 (center) to the right. Apart from that, Samsung is expected to roll out a new camera bump at the back with two rows consisting of at least five sensors and an LED flash on the left side of the device.
Considering this render with a big “if” as mentioned but this should improve the appearance and overall functionalities of using Galaxy S11 in the near future. According to a report by Engadget, with the new camera bump on-board, Samsung Galaxy S11 could have at least five sensors with a primary being its 108MP sensor. Other sensors will include an array of wide, ultrawide, depth sensing and others that will make up the rear camera assembly.
Apart from that, we do know that Samsung Galaxy S11 will have narrower bezels than its predecessors and will be curvier although the South Korean giant has ditched the idea of having a waterfall design. Galaxy S11 is touted to have a sAMOLED panel with a refresh rate of 120Hz that the users can tweak with the dedicated settings.
Talking about the performance, Samsung Galaxy S11 will run with the new Exynos 990 chipset on-board at least in Korea while other countries get the new Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 chipset on-board which will definitely outpace its predecessor Snapdragon 855.
Samsung Galaxy S11 5G
There is a lot of intel which is coming at us, such as the fact that Samsung Galaxy S11 was spotted on a Chinese regulatory site CCC. Galaxy S11 has surfaced under model number SM-G9860 and it appears to arrive with 5G support as well. If we go by the previous speculation, there are at least five variants of Galaxy S11 series available including both LTE and 5G versions.
Apart from that, Samsung Galaxy S11 is reportedly carrying a maximum charging speed of 25W which is a step up from Galaxy S10’ 15W. However, it might get to its full potential of 45W with Galaxy S11 Plus.
Reportedly, Samsung is working on a new camera tech called Hubble that should bring extreme zoom capabilities on-board along with a sheer pleasure thanks to various new shooting modes like Director’s View and others. Also, Galaxy S11 is likely to get a next-gen memory, high performance, supersized FPS, radically changed design, and a larger battery using a new tech that should allow it to last longer than previously.