Samsung is one of the most well-known technology companies based out of South Korea. Since the brand unveiled its latest flagship smartphone in the market, leaks and rumour roundups of their upcoming smartphone Samsung Galaxy S11 have been surfacing in the news. Here are all the rumours, according to leading tech portals
According to reports, Samsung has not given out any official information about its 2020 flagship smartphones. However, many tipsters and tech experts are hinting towards the possibility of Samsung using their Infinity O-AMOLED screen technology to power the displays of the Samsung Galaxy S11 lineup. The presence of Infinity O-AMOLED displays in the 5G smartphones will ensure thinner bezels on them. The Infinity O-AMOLED technology will also help the tech giant to house smaller punch holes within the displays and better screen to body ratios.
It has even been hinted that Samsung will feature a single central punch hole in the Galaxy S11e, whereas the high-end variants of the 2020 flagships will feature a dual punch hole set up in the centre. Experts are suggesting that Samsung will opt for a front camera paired up with a Time-of-Flight sensor on the higher-end Galaxy flagships. The ToF sensor will enable the smartphone to perform more secure facial biometrics unlock system.
All the devices in the 2020 Samsung Galaxy flagships are also expected to receive a significant revamp in the rear camera setups. It has been hinted that all the Samsung Galaxy S11 phones will feature a quadruple-camera setup. The primary camera sensor will be a 16-megapixel camera which has been designed to replace the 12-megapixel unit. The primary camera will be paired with an improved ultra-wide camera and a Time-of-Flight sensor, which will help the flagship smartphones capture better portrait shots and more accurate Augmented Reality (AR) content. Samsung is expected to round off the camera housing with the 5x new periscope zoom lens, which will compete with Huawei’s implementation of a similar kind.
The Samsung Galaxy S11 is reported to be releasing in the American market with the flagship SoC by Qualcomm, the Snapdragon 865 chipset. However, the smartphones will be coupled with their homegrown Exynos 990 in the European and other markets. The Galaxy S11 will be among 5G smartphones supporting all the leading 5G spectrums.