After launching Galaxy S10, Galaxy 10 Plus, and Galaxy S10e, Samsung works on releasing Galaxy Note 10 lineup. However, some rumors are stating that Samsung Galaxy S11 is on its way to be launched next year. If we were to believe the stories, we should prepare to be amazed by the following year’s Samsung Galaxy S11 flagship.
The upcoming masterpiece of aesthetic design is assumed to come with the next generation 5nm technology and with an ultra-modern 64 MP camera.
Samsung Galaxy S11 to sport the new pop-up, rotating camera system
If we are talking about the design of Samsung Galaxy S11, it will have the best design ever. Along with the beautiful all-screen phone, comes the pop-up, rotating camera system.
The fans of the Galaxy series might recognize the quad-camera system (12+12+16+13MP with f/1.5 to f/2.4 variable aperture) from Samsung Galaxy A80 that pops-up and rotates. This idea is not a bad one as it allows Samsung Galaxy S11 to have a massive Infinity Display with curved sides.
Samsung Galaxy S11 will reportedly have a maximum of 8 Gb RAM and 512 GB of internal storage. Also, it would be coming with an impressive Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 processor and an in-display fingerprint scanner similar to that on Galaxy S10, but improved.
Samsung Galaxy S11 to outperform upcoming iPhone 11 and Mate 30 series
Samsung has a patent for the four-sided curved screen, but we will not see this one on the new upcoming phone. How will it look? We shall see its design when it launches in 2020.
We can only assume the design will be an outstanding one, out passing the new iPhone 11 and Huawei’s Mate 30 Pro, only if we imagine Samsung combining the four-sided curved design with the four-sided minimal frames, along with the pop-up, rotating camera system, and the powerful Snapdragon 865 processor.
In August this year, Samsung will launch Samsung Galaxy Note 10, and, for now, all eyes are on this big release. But from August we hope to see more leaks and details about Samsung Galaxy S11.
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