The Samsung Galaxy S11 first appears live
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The Samsung Galaxy S11 and the other members of the series have been leaking a lot lately. Now, what they seem to be his first live images just appeared online, revealing enough key phone design elements. This is the first time the device is seen in a real world scenario. However, since it was covered by a leakproof cover his complete royal design has not been made public.
Live captured images of the Samsung Galaxy S11
The two filtered images show a rear camera configuration that protrudes from the body. The above is in line with the leaked reports that state that the rear chamber bump adds 1.1mm thickness to the body of the Galaxy S11.
It is likely that the device has a large camera cutout, which should leave a considerable space between the phone and the surface on which it rests. The bump is an inevitable part of the design, since the phone incorporates a 108 megapixel main sensor along with a telephoto lens with capacity of 5x optical zoom
Filtration around the Galaxy S11 series
According to the most recent leaks, the Samsung Galaxy S11 + is likely to have a huge 5,000 mAh battery. This is a major improvement over the existing Galaxy S10 + and its 4,100 mAh battery. This increase in capacity complements the additional power requirements of the screen, which is expected to offer an update frequency of 120Hz. The most economical model, the S11e, also presents a bigger battery, since Samsung is likely to introduce a screen with a 90Hz refresh rate on the device
The Galaxy S11 will have versions with the Snapdragon 865 and the Exynos 990 (Exynos 9830), both with 5G. They will have up 12 GB of RAM and 512 GB of storage internal. According to the reports, Samsung now plans to introduce the Snapdragon variant into the Asian market, including Malaysia and India. The company previously sold flagships with Exynos processors in the region.
It is likely that the Galaxy S11 also has wireless charging, IP68 certification and a fingerprint scanner integrated into the screen. Samsung is currently working on One UI 2.0, which should also appear on S11. Samsung will offer the Galaxy S11 in versions only-4G and 5G, instead of offering only 5G.
Continuing with its tradition, Samsung will probably launch the Galaxy S11 line in February 2020. The devices are expected to be available in March.
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