The Samsung Galaxy S11 smartphone runs on the Android v10 (Q) operating system. The phone is powered by an eight-core (2.73 GHz, dual-core + 2.31 GHz, dual-core, Cortex A75 + 1.95 GHz, quad-core, Cortex A55) processor. It has 8 GB of RAM and 256 GB of internal memory.
Ice Universe announced that the Samsung Galaxy S11 has added a 48MP telephoto camera to the series. It has a 5x optical zoom capability and is appropriately code-named “Hubble.” It will be placed side by side with a large 108MP main camera, which uses pixel binning technology, which merges 9 pixels into a large 2.4μm pixel with a final image size of 12 megapixels.
S11+ unique new generation 108MP sensor seems to be called ISOCELL Bright HM1. It is a more advanced Nonacell technology than Tetracell. It merges a cluster of 9 pixels into a single pixel and allows 0.8μm pixels to be converted to 2.4μm pixels, greatly improving Low-light shoot
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This will lead to a significant improvement in low light photography. Its code name is “ISOCELL Bright HM1″.
The Samsung Galaxy S11 smartphone has a dynamic AMOLED display. Dimensions are 161.9 mm x 73.7 mm x 7.8 mm. The screen has a resolution of 1440 x 3040 pixels and a pixel density of 502 ppi. It is powered by a 4500 mAh battery. Connectivity features in smartphones include WiFi, Bluetooth, GPS, Volte, and more.
The Galaxy Note 10 Plus already has a leading screen share, but we know the Galaxy S11 will further advance this development by shrinking the front camera.
Samsung is introducing a leading 120Hz display to make up for the miss of the high refresh rate trend that has begun this year. The company has also significantly increased the screen size (should be offset by smaller bezels. This is what you will get:
- 6.4-inch Galaxy S11
- 6.7-inch Galaxy S11 +
- 6.9-inch Galaxy S11 5G
The Galaxy S11 will use Samsung’s latest Snapdragon 865, which has 20% faster graphics rendering and 35% higher power efficiency than the Snapdragon 855 in the Galaxy S10. Also upgraded LPDDR5 smartphone memory (30% faster and 30% more efficient). The bad news is that the version with Exynos may delay all of this.
Samsung is not expected to introduce Face ID competitors, but it will add an oversized Qualcomm 3D Sonic Max fingerprint sensor to the Galaxy S11, which is 17 times larger than the sensor used in the Galaxy S10. The sensor will also support two fingerprints at the same time, which will significantly increase security, which can be retained at critical moments, such as completing financial transactions or logging into banking applications.
Another major upgrade, Although 5G will consume more battery life, Samsung seems to be making up for it with a massive capacity upgrade
- Galaxy S11: 4,500 mAh (S10: 3,400 mAh)
- Galaxy S11 +: 5,000 mAh (S10 +: 4,100 mAh)
A 45-watt “ultra-fast” charging is also expected as standard. But don’t expect the company’s potentially revolutionary graphene battery to be ready for the Galaxy S11 series, although it may launch in the second half of this year.
The Snapdragon 865 has 5G built-in, so it will work on all Galaxy S11 models. WiFi 6 will also come as standard, and Samsung will retain a microSD expansion slot. The bad news: The headphone jack is gone, which is not surprising after being abandoned by the Galaxy Note 10.
Samsung is expected to announce the Galaxy S11 series-one of the earliest Galaxy S to date-on February 18. It will be released with the new clamshell folding smartphone.
After an incremental upgrade in 2019, Samsung will achieve this goal in 2020, and Apple’s iPhone 12 plan is a big motivation, including upgrade design, 120Hz ProMotion display, some incredible 3D cameras Tips, the return of Touch ID, and potentially, the end of the Lightning Port. Apple may also release up to six new iPhones.