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Samsung is expected to announce the Galaxy S11 series in February and it is expected that we’ll see the 2020 Galaxy S flagships go official on February 11.
Reputed leaker Steve H.McFly @OnLeaks has unveiled new renders of Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy S11 that show the selfie camera shifted from the right side to the center.
Speculation recommends the S11 lineup, comprising the Galaxy S11e, Galaxy S11 and Galaxy S11+ in the screen department with larger sAMOLED 120Hz displays. In the camera department, it stakes with a mammoth 108MP main sensor. There are also speculations that the handset will boast true internals with an all-new facial recognition system and 5G support.
According to these leaked renders, Samsung is supposed to move the punch-hole on the Galaxy S11 to the central position. The lens array on the back has been moved from the center to the upper left, matching the camera position something similar to Galaxy Note 10. There would be seen two rows of cameras, with up to five separate lenses along with an LED flash. This could mean that we are about to witness an even greater choice of zoom, wide-angle and possibly depth-sensing cameras.
As per speculations, Samsung Galaxy S11 5G smartphones and Galaxy S11 series will support 25W fast charging technology. While Galaxy S11+ will have 45W charging support
However, the primary camera will reportedly have a 108-megapixel sensor, first found on the Xiaomi Mi Note 10. We hope to see a 5x optical zoom, 8K video recording and more.
As per surprising rumors, the Galaxy S11 lineup will debut in mid to late February next year, suggesting a pre-MWC launch is likely on the cards.
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