After the Galaxy Note 10 and Note Plus, all eyes will be on the S10 successor, the Galaxy S11 or whatever Samsung ends up calling it.
From what we have known so far, the Galaxy S11 smartphone is going to have a never-seen-before camera technology. Talking about the number, the smartphone is expected to have 48MP and 64MP ISOCELL camera sensors at the back of the smartphone — a massive upgrade from this year’s Galaxy S10 that has two 12MP lenses and one 16MP lens at the back.
Now, the latest rumors give us more details about the smartphone. According to MySmartprice, the Galaxy S11 series will have at least three variants, with model numbers SM-G981, SM-G986, and SM-G988. All the variants of the Galaxy S11 are expected come with the 5G technology.
All of these variants of S11 are going to share the latest and the newest 7nm Exynos processor, unlike Galaxy Fold, which runs on Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 SoC. The in-display camera seems unlikely on the upcoming S11, but it will have a faster ultrasonic fingerprint reader, the battery will last longer as compared to its predecessor. Moreover, you will be able to take advantage of the 45W fast charging technology to quickly charge your S11, it’ll have support for wireless charging too.
If all goes as per plan, the Galaxy S11 is going to be launched in the first quarter of 2020.