With Samsung’s S10 lineup released just a few months ago and the Note 10 releasing in the coming month, the S11 is what Samsung enthusiasts are looking forward to.
According to @IceUniverse, a well known Samsung insider, the South Korean giant is already working on the next-generation flagship device codenamed “Picasso”.
Recently, Qualcomm announced that they will be integrating the X55 5G modem with their processors which will make the Galaxy S11 thinner than the current generation of 5G enabled phones. Also, Galaxy A80’s all-screen display might mean that Samsung is gearing towards a similar display on its next-gen flagship. Ice Universe also said that the hole on S11 will be smaller than the Note 10. This confirms that Samsung will still not go in any other direction to host the first camera. Hole punch displays are here to stay in at least Samsung devices.
He also indicated a significant change in the camera, which lines up with Samsung’s recent announcement of a new 64-megapixel camera. Since the camera sensor on the S10 is the same as that used in the S7, it is highly likely that the camera will be featuring a lens with a wider aperture capable of taking high-resolution images.
The 64-megapixel camera sensor called the ISOCELL Bright GW1 and GM2 are expected to be ready for mass production by the end of this year, which suggests that they can be used in the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S11. The ISOCELL produces extremely detailed photos in daylight and brighter photos in dark light.
Since Android Q is now in Developer Preview, the new phone is expected to come with the latest version of Android out of the box. Galaxy S11 will have Samsung One UI 2.0 built on top of Android Q. Moreover, Samsung is known for releasing their new lineup in the first half of the year around the Mobile World Congress, so we are pretty sure that the new Galaxy S11 won’t hit the shelves this year.
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