The official Samsung Galaxy S11 launch event will be on Tuesday, February 11, and we know that Samsung has sent invitations to its next big unpacked keynote.
You expect three different Galaxy S11 phones, and all have 5G. We know this because the next-line chipset makes it mandatory, including the Snapdragon 865 and 5G modem. That opens the 5G to a much wider audience.
The features we can work with also come with the Galaxy S11, out of the promotions we expected, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10, Samsung Galaxy A80 and Galaxy Fold work well on the Samsung Galaxy S10. New Galaxy S flagship.
Inspired by all these phones, we’ve even made a list of things we’d like to see on the Samsung Galaxy S11, or whatever the next Galaxy S phone might end up (this could be the Galaxy S20, as the name rumor and phone companies sometimes jump 10 to 20 when numbering phones) .
You’ll find it below, but first, here’s everything we’ve heard so far about the Samsung Galaxy S11.
Update: A mention of several new camera features on the way for the Galaxy S11 has been found on the official Samsung software. Additionally, there is growing evidence that the Samsung Galaxy S11 can actually launch as the Samsung Galaxy S20, and it may have an advanced optical image stabilization system.
Cut to the chase What is it? The next Galaxy S smartphone from Samsung When did it end? Tuesday, February 11th What’s its price? $ 899 / £ 799 / AU more than $ 1,349
Samsung Galaxy S11 Release Date and Price Samsung Galaxy S11 launch date locked in San Francisco on Tuesday, February 11th. The same Galaxy phones trio of 2019 is the same month and city platform.
This means we can see Galaxy S11 phones in stores in the first week of March (for context, the S10 release date is March 8, but this year’s launch event is nine days ahead of last year, so things may change a bit).
The price of the Galaxy S11 is unchanged at $ 899 / £ 799 / AU $ 1,349 for its cheap storage size and way up to $ 1,149 / £ 999 / AU $ 1,699. Given the tech price of the phone, there is always the possibility that the Samsung Galaxy S11 is expensive.
The Galaxy S11 may be the new premium wireless with the launch of the earbuds that compete with Apple’s AirPods Pro called Samsung Galaxy Buds +. With the launch of the original Galaxy Buds along with the Galaxy S10, it makes sense that the new ones will come with the next Samsung flagship.
Name of Samsung Galaxy S11
The Samsung Galaxy S11 is the most obvious name for Samsung’s next flagship, which comes after the Samsung Galaxy S10, and is rumored to be the only Samsung Galaxy S20.
Specifically, according to Case Maker, we can get Samsung Galaxy S20, Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus and Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra.
In this case, it’s not just a change of numbers – it looks at the Plus position at the top of the Ultra range, and the Galaxy S20 takes the bottom of the Samsung Galaxy S10E.
Not even a mention of the 5G model, which is not surprising, as Samsung does include the 5G in the standard models, as it did with the 5G version of the Galaxy Note 10 Plus, as well as the Galaxy S10 5G with no specific 5G handset.
We have also heard the name of the S20 from a trusted leaker, but many sources still describe the range as S11, which we would say is a greater name. That said, the S20 can make sense. This is not the first time a product has jumped the numbers, and it stands out more than the S11.
Samsung, on the other hand, has not previously expressed aversion to teen numbers, such as the Galaxy A11 expected soon.
Samsung Galaxy S11 Design and Display
We have now seen leaked render showing the Samsung Galaxy S11, Galaxy S11 Plus and Galaxy S11E.
Starting with the standard model you can see above, the screen is clearly between 6.63 and 6.7 inches and slightly less curved than the S10. The bezel also looks a little small, and on the back is a camera block with five lenses.
Dimensions come in at the same time at 161.9 x 73.7 x 7.8mm (rising to 8.9mm at the camera bump), making it larger than the 149.9 x 70.4 x 7.8mm Galaxy S10. Next up are the Samsung Galaxy S11 Plus Leaked Renders (pictured below), showing a similar design, with a larger camera block, a 6.9-inch screen, and a 166.9 x 76 x 8.8 mm camera (increasing to 10.2 mm camera bump). Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus 157.6 x 74.1 x 7.8 mm for comparison.
We’ll take them with a little salt though, as another leaker says they are inaccurate and the original design is very different to the S10 Plus. Offering Samsung Galaxy S11e for, this once again show a similar design, but the bunch (housing three lenses), a small camera block of 6.2-6.3 inches screen, and x 69.1 mm x 7.9 mm with dimensions of 151,7 mm (without camera bump).
Elsewhere we’ve heard that the Samsung Galaxy S20 (instead of the S11e’s launch) will have a 6.2-inch screen, the S20 plus a 6.7-inch one, and the S20 Ultra a 6.9-inch one. But we take the extreme side of salt with both of those names and sizes. We have now seen case renderings for both the Samsung Galaxy S11 and Samsung Galaxy S11E, which are fully lined up with the leaked designs above. Similarly, we have also seen a screen protector from the Leaker n Universe Eyes, which is clearly designed for the Galaxy S11 and again shows the same design – essentially a centralized punch-hole camera and a smaller bezel.
Universal Ice Leak backs up the thin bezels with the later screen cover reference model, although the “forehead” and “chin” of the Leaker ‘S11 have been found to be very promising, indicating that the forecast may be thicker than expected. Despite the reliance on case designs and the leaks above the screen protector, everyone suggests these models are accurate.
Before all this, we’ve heard from some of the most popular tipsters on the web that the Galaxy S11E, Galaxy S11 and Galaxy S11 Plus’s screen sizes are 6.4 inches, 6.7 inches and 6.9 inches – and they all come with curved screens. This is widespread, in line with the above leaks. They may have a 120Hz refresh rate, providing smoother interactions than the 60Hz found in the S10 range. That theory is largely based on the 120 Hertz mode that Samsung has identified in beta for smartphone software. There is no guarantee that this feature will come in the Galaxy S11 lineup, but it appears to be a candidate, especially as one source now says.
Additionally, browser testing for an unknown Samsung phone that is believed to be the S11 model represents a 20: 9 aspect ratio. This makes it more widescreen than the 19: 9 Galaxy S10 (or longer when portrait oriented). The S11 can also use the new screen tech, as Samsung has trademarked the SAMOLED name, which seems to be a new take on the AMOLED screens used by its phones, but we don’t know how SAMOLED differs. We also heard that the Samsung Galaxy S11 can move the punch-hole camera to the top of the screen, similar to the Galaxy Note 10 series. The source adds that the camera note is smaller than the 10 range. You can see what it looks like in the pictures above and below.