Samsung’s Galaxy S11 and S11+ are expected to start in the first quarter of 2020, probably around mid February. In this article we came with rounds up all the leaks, rumours and speculation surrounding upcoming Galaxy S flagships, and what we would like to see.
This consequently means the Galaxy S devices is supposed to release sometime in mid February, they have been for the past couple of decades.
It is probably the Galaxy S11 and S11+ will follow suit, though nothing is known for sure as yet. If Samsung does follow its latest launch pattern, the Galaxy S11and S11+ are expected to be available to purchase from early March.
Concerning costs, the Galaxy S10 began at 799 Euro and the Galaxy S10+ began at #899, using a smaller and more economical device appearing with GalaxyS10e, available from 669 Euros.
We don’t anticipate the Galaxy S11 and S11+ to be any cheaper than their predecessors. If anything, we would expect a price increase as was the case between the S10 and S9.
Here are all of the rumours and leaks for Galaxy S11 up to now. Samsung Galaxy S11 will have a smaller punch-hole camera compared to Note 10
Leaker Ice Universe tweeted a Few details”confirmed’ for the Samsung Galaxy S11. He asserts the Galaxy S11 is codenamed Picasso, it is going to offer a considerable camera upgrade and the program will be based on Android Q One UI 2.x.
Ice Universe also stated the punch hole camera on the front of the device will be smaller than the Galaxy Notice 10.
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It is certainly plausible to indicate the Galaxy S11 could be among those future smartphones. Samsung declared two new camera detectors – a 64-megapixel sensor and a 48-megapixel sensor. Both detectors saw Samsung enlarge its 0.8μm image detector lineup from present 20MP to 64MP resolutions.
Nothing was detailed to suggest that these sensors will show up on the Galaxy S11 but it might seem to be a logical move, especially with rivals like Huawei & OnePlus offering higher resolutions in their back cameras.