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Everything we know about Samsung Galaxy S11

Galaxy S11 information have been leaked repeatedly, and in this article we have summarized what we know to date.

There is much to be praised but there will also be those who will hate some changes. Overall public opinion believes that Samsung has a phone that will change the rules of the game next year.

Codename – Galaxy S11 is reported to have the Picasso codename. Why? Because the biggest change to the phone will be…

Camera – The Ice Verse Insider revealed that the Galaxy S11 will have a 48-megapixel telephoto camera with 5x optical zoom. It will stand alongside the 108-megapixel main camera.

Design – The Galaxy Note 10 Plus had a cutting-edge design and the Galaxy S11 will push it further by narrowing the space for selfie cameras.

Display – Samsung will bring a 120Hz display as this year it lacked a 60Hz display phone while OnePlus and Google sell such phones.

Three models:

  • 6.4-inch Galaxy S11
  • 6.7-inch Galaxy S11+
  • 6.9-inch Galaxy S11 5G

Performance – Galaxy S11 comes with a Snapdragon 865 processor which is 20% faster than the Snapdragon 855 graphically and 35% more power efficient. The phone also comes with LPDDR5 RAM, 30% faster than its predecessor.

Connectivity – Snapdragon 865 has 5G included and obviously the Galaxy S11 will have 5G. Wi-Fi 6 has also become standard since the Galaxy S10 and Note 10.

Biometrics – Samsung won’t introduce a Face ID rival but will add a fingerprint sensor manufactured by Qualcomm which is 17% larger than the Galaxy S10’s scanner.

Battery Life – Another major update will be battery life.

  • Galaxy S11: 4,500 mAh (S10: 3,400 mAh)
  • Galaxy S11+: 5,000 mAh (S10 Plus: 4,100 mAh)

Charging technology will be 45 watts.

Debut – The Galaxy S11 is expected to arrive on February 18, a few days before the launch of the Mobile World Congress.

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