February 11th at 11 am Samsung presented its new flagship smartphone in San Francisco, the
Galaxy S11. Or maybe it's the
Galaxy S20: There are dissimilar rumors on the subject: the logic says that the ordinal that corresponds is 11 (and hence the date chosen to present it), but another rumor suggests that it is the S20, to celebrate the change of decade.
Along with the new Galaxy S arrive the second edition of the Galaxy Fold flexible smartphone, which will be an improved version of the original Galaxy Fold (the phone that transforms into a tablet), or a model similar to the new Motorola Razr (the smartphone folds up to get younger).
All this, based on the rigorous leaks, which ensure that the S11 will have a screen with an image refresh rate of 120 Hz, which improves the fluidity of movements in video games (in a common smartphone they are 60 Hz; in the market there are already 90 and 120 Hz), and a new camera combo,
in the style of the brand new Galaxy S10 Lite and Note10 Lite.
Thus, the Galaxy S11 may have
a main camera of 108 megapixels; use a technique called pixel binning to take several samples (pixels) and combine them in a lower resolution image (12 megapixels), but more sensitive in low light situations; also that it will have a 5x zoom as Huawei implements, a wide angle of greater resolution and that it could record video in 8K.
(tagsToTranslate) The Galaxy S11 and a new Samsung flexible phone will be announced on February 11 – LA NACION