As 2020 approaches, more news has grown about the new flagship of the Samsung Galaxy S11 series. Although the official details of the aircraft have not been released, the Internet has been able to infer the four ultra-narrow frame designs that the Galaxy S11 will bring through spy photos of the screen protector. In addition to the front opening in the center of the top, the borders on both sides and even the chin have become fairly thin.
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Ice Universal, a well-known whistleblower, says the Galaxy S11’s screen film has been finalized and the reference style won’t be much different from the real machine.
Samsung looks confident in all aspects of the Galaxy S11, which is scheduled to launch in San Francisco on February 18 next year.
At present, the configuration of this series of smart machines has also been fully exposed on the network:
The entry-level Galaxy S11e, S11 Standard, S11 Pro version, 6.3 / 6.7 / 6.9-inch DynamicS AMOLED displays, with resolutions up to QHD plus, and HDR10 and 120Hz refresh rates are said.
In terms of battery capacity, 4000 / 4500 / 5000 mAh (supportfor different levels of fast charging) respectively. The processor is the Exynos 990 or Qualcomm SnapSnapdragon 865, which supports 4G or 5G networks.
On the camera side, the Galaxy S11e features a 64MP master camera with a 2x light-change lens, supplemented by a 12MP wide-angle plus 12MP ultra-wide-angle sub-camera.
As for the Galaxy S11 Standard and Galaxy S11 Plus models, it features a 108-megapixel Samsung ISOCELL Bright HMX master camera with a five-fold potential zoom camera, complemented by a 3D ToF flight time sensor and a smaller Infinity-O pre-camera Punching (5 lenses in total).
On the software side, the Galaxy S11 Series smarts will be pre-installed based on Android 10 custom OneUI 2.0. In addition, off-screen fingerprints and USB-C ports (no 3.5mm headphone jack) are also supported.
The body is made of a metal frame with a black glass back cover and is 161.9 x 73.7 x 7.8 mm (the rear module is raised by 8. 9mm). As for the truth, please be patient and wait for the February 18 launch in San Francisco.