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Samsung Galaxy S11: Rumors, News, Release, and More from karenminton's blog

Samsung recently launched its latest flagships Note 10 and Note 10 Plus, and the rumors regarding another flagship are already out on the internet. The rumors suggest certain aspects regarding galaxy S11 if that is what Samsung will call it. The majority of the speculations surround design and camera, and already there are pretty hefty leaks about it.

The latest addition by Apple, iPhone 11, has been well-received by critics, and several other flagships are already set to release this year. OnePlus 7T is about to be released, and Google’s flagship device, Pixel 4, will be released next year as well. With all this stuff going on, Samsung is going to have a fierce competition this time around. However, the leaks suggest numerous things that would excite you up for the rumored flagship.

  1. Latest Rumors and News

Here are the most recent leaks about the alleged Samsung flagship:

  • A leaked photo suggests a taller display for the S11 with an aspect ratio of 20:9.
  • A cheaper lite version of the flagship may be released as well.
  • A probable launch date for the device is rumored as well; San Francisco February 18, 2020.
  • Samsung gained patent rights for a smartphone-accumulate spectrometer recently that may be included in S11 as well.
  • A report states that there will be a robust 108MP camera sensor alongside a 5X optical zoom.
  • The in-built fingerprint scanner may be bigger than the one from galaxy S10. This facilitates the device unlocking easier.
  • The Release Date

The expected date for the Galaxy S11 is late February or early March. If we look at the S10 launch, which was unveiled on February 20 and went on sale from March 8.

This shows that the event itself does not happen at the show. The upcoming Mobile World Congress will begin from February 24, so the device is expected to launch either then or a little after that. The rumored date is not a reliable source, but the date seems to match with the previous ones.

  • The Price

There is no credible information known about the pricing of the device, but it can be guessed by analyzing its predecessors. The S10e was priced at 749 dollars while the standard S10 came with a larger screen for 899 dollars. The Galaxy S10 Plus came at a price of 999 dollars, but the issue is 5G connectivity. This makes guessing the price harder as there is no way to imagine what the competition would be charging by then.

  • The Design

Smartphones have started to adopt the approach of offering an edge-to-edge bezel-free screen. This facilitates the front camera to be behind the display panel, which removes the need for a notch camera. The competition has achieved this with the help of a pop-up camera; however, we believe Samsung to be the first one to do it without one.

  • The Cameras

The Galaxy Note 10 camera specifications were pretty lukewarm and failed to impress the crowd all too much as it packed the same ones from the S10. However, all that might change with the Samsung Galaxy S11. A 108MP camera was revealed earlier this year that Samsung achieved by partnering with Xiaomi. A picture leak in late September hinted at the S11 packing the staggering 108MP camera alongside 5X optical zoom.

  • 5G and a brand new Qualcomm Chipset

Qualcomm unveiled the future of 5G to a bit, stating that upcoming devices might have it. The information was announced by Cristiano Amon, the President of Qualcomm. Samsung has already put a commitment to use the chipset in the latest flagships. It would be a challenge for Samsung to optimize the device with the chip, and we expect that they can do it.

  • Snapdragon 865

Samsung’s Galaxy lineup is among the first devices to come with the latest Qualcomm chips, so it is expected that the S11 will pack Snapdragon 865. The expectations with the chip’s performance are quite high.

  • No Headphone Jack and USB Type-C

A report suggests that the company will release a USB Type-C exclusive flagship. This means that you would have to either get a dongle or wireless buds to attach the 3.5mm earphones. The Note 10 and 10 plus entirely ditched the earphone jack, so it means that this was the last of them in Samsung’s flagships.

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Daisy Martin is an avid technical blogger, a magazine contributor, a publisher of guides at and a professional cyber security analyst. Through her writing, she aims to educate people about the dangers and threats lurking in the digital world.

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