For the first time in a while, I'm looking forward to a Samsung release. I have paid more attention to Samsung in recent years than before, and after I have tested the Samsung Galaxy S10 + for a while, I am sold. And so I expect the upcoming Galaxy S11 excited the announcement.
After all the rumors, the S11 will continue the formal language of its predecessor. Both the Galaxy S11 and the S11 + use Infinity O screens for a minimal front-panel look. While there is a subtraction that is specific to Galaxy S10 + users, in some ways it is an addition by subtraction. And as usual, Samsung should launch the phone in the first quarter of 2020, which not only means it will be the first great phone of the year, but will be one of the least expensive phones later in the year, when its price drops.
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Both phones (and their siblings, the Galaxy S11e) will include an even larger rechargeable battery with the S11 + rumored there should be a 5,000 mAh cell. The display will use a new aspect ratio of 20: 9 and all screen sizes will be increased to increase the refresh rate.
The Samsung Galaxy S11e, S11 and S11 + will be announced in mid-February 2020. Pre-orders should start the day after the announcement with the actual release date one to two weeks later.
- Release Date: Early March 2020
- Pre-Order Date: Mid-February 2020
- Announced: Mid-February 2020
Rumors indicate that storage capacity is largely the same as last year. The Galaxy S11 will have a 128GB, 256GB and 512GB model while the Galaxy S11 + will have the same storage capacity but return the 1TB model. We do not know if the microSD card will be dropped this time, but we expect it to be present due to its inclusion in the Galaxy Note 10+ (though it may be dropped in the Galaxy S11e).
- Memory Available: 128GB (S11 / S11 +), 256GB (S11 / S11 +), 512GB (S11 / S11 +), 1TB (S11 +)
- Specification: UFS 3.0
- Expandable Memory: Yes, up to 2TB microSD card
So far, there are no rumors or leaks regarding the pricing of the phone. Therefore, we can only consider the prices of the last year. With the Galaxy S10 trading for $ 899 last year, we expect either the same price or a modest $ 50 increase. We expect the same for the Galaxy S11 +, whose predecessor is available for $ 999. There should also be a 5G version for both models, which should cost 300 USD more than the 4G variant.
- Price: from 899-949 USD (S11), 999-1049 USD (S11 +), 1199-1249 USD (S11 5G), $ 1299 – $ 1349 (S11 + 5G (
Body  According to Ishan Agarwal the Galaxy S11 and S11 + will be available in at least three colors: blue, gray and black Both the front and back covers should be made of glass and at least protected by Gorilla Glass 5 The frame should again be made of aluminum, which minimizes weight and at the same time is resistant to most falls.
- Frame: Aluminum, Glass (Gorilla) Glass)
- Finish: Blue, Gray , Black
Although we currently do not know the dimensions of the phone due to the alleged enlargement of the screen, we know at least both The Galaxy S11 and S11 + should be larger in both height and width, and with the new larger battery of the Galaxy S11 and S11 + should a Also increase the depth.
- Hei Ght:> 5.9 inches (S11),> 6.2 inches (S11 +). Width:> 2.77 inches (S11),> 2.95 inches (S11 +). Depth:> 0.31 inches
- Weight: Unknown
- Dust / Water Resistance: IP68 according to IEC Standard 60529
- Supported Carriers: Verizon, AT & T, T Mobile, Sprint
- Infrared Blaster: no
We know for sure that the Galaxy S11 and the S11 + will be running Android 10. We know that One UI 2 is already in beta for the Galaxy S10 + The final release is just around the corner. We also know that Samsung is working hard to optimize it for the new hardware, ensuring that the Galaxy S11 is running the latest version of Android.
For Android 9 Pie, Samsung introduced a new skin, a user interface. It replaced the previous Samsung Experience interface (which TouchWiz replaced) with a design that more closely matches the standard Android.
Running Galaxy 10 on the Galaxy S11 and S11 + by default will run the next iteration of this skin. It's One UI 2, which brings some new changes, including improved gesture navigation and navigation a better dark mode.
The Galaxy S11 will come with a much larger 6.7-inch screen. Based on the alleged aspect ratio of 20: 9, the result is a slightly higher resolution at 3200 x 1440. This corresponds to a pixel density of 524 ppi. It will use the latest premium AMOLED panel to enhance contrast and image quality. It is rumored that this version bears the name SAMOLED, which Samsung recently branded. Similar to its predecessor, it will support HDR10 + and have a curved display.
The main differences to the Galaxy S11 + will be the larger screen at 6.9 inches and the lower pixel density at 509 ppi. It is also rumored that both displays use a refresh rate of 120 Hz, doubling that of their predecessors. While pairing a refresh rate of 120 Hz with an OLED was previously not possible, we saw it running on the ASUS ROG Phone II (although it used a 1080p panel).
- Screen size: 6.7 inches (S11), 6.9 inches (S11 +)
- Screen resolution: 3200 x 1440 pixels
- Total pixels: 4.608.000 pixels
- Pixel density : 524 ppi (S11), 509 ppi (S11 +)
- Screen Type: Dynamic AMOLED
- Notch: No
- Punching: Yes
- Screen-to Body Ratio: Unknown
- ] Aspect Ratio: 20: 9
- Minimum Brightness: Unknown
- Maximum Brightness: At least 600 Nits
- Refresh Rate: 120 Hz (120 Hz for touch sensing)
- Color Temperature: Unknown
- Color gamut: Unknown
A new year means a new Qualcomm SoC, and the Galaxy S11 and S11 + get the first dibs of the snapdragon Rumor has it that this SoC offers a CPU performance increase of 20% and one Increase GPU by 17 to 20%. The same core configuration is used, with one gold core clocked higher than three other gold cores, paired with four silver cores.
Regarding RAM, you can expect the same configuration as last year, with both models starting at 8GB S11 + with 1TB of memory increasing the RAM to 12GB. It is rumored that LPDDR5X RAM is being used, which would mean better energy efficiency.
- RAM: 8 GB (S11 / S11 +) or 12 GB (S11 +)
- Processor: Qualcomm Snapdragon 865  Chip size: 7 nm
- CPU frequency : 2.84 GHz (1 × A77), 2.42 GHz (3 × A77) and 1.8 GHz (4 × A55)
- CPU cores: 8 cores (1 + 3 gold cores , 4 silver cores)
- GPU: Adreno 650
- GPU frequency: 587 MHz
The Galaxy S11 should receive the same 4.300 mAh battery of the Galaxy Note 10 +. In context, this is a 900 mAh jump from the S10, which seems to be Samsung's theme on the S11 series. The Galaxy S11 + is said to have a 5,000 mAh battery, another increase of 900 mAh.
But before you start, bear in mind that it uses a higher-resolution display with a refresh rate of 120 Hz, which is probably brighter than its predecessors. The battery life can be the same or worse. However, in typical Samsung fashion, you should be able to scale the resolution to 2400 x 1080 and set the refresh rate to 90 Hz (or even 60 Hz) to extend battery life. In addition, One UI 2 has one of the most aggressive battery management systems.
When it comes to charging, you should expect the support of the Super Fast Charging 2.0, which was introduced in the Galaxy Note 10+. Both phones should include the 25W charger in the box, but also support the new 45W charger to charge even faster. For wireless charging, both phones should support Fast Wireless Charging 2.0, and PowerShare should continue to be available to reverse the wireless download of Galaxy Buds and other phones.
- Battery: Rechargeable Li-ion Battery
- Capacity: 4,300 mAh, 3.85 volts (16.56 watt-hours) (S11), 5,000 mAh, 3.85 volts (19.25 Watt hours)
- Wired Charging: Yes, Super Fast Charging 2.0 ( 25 W) (up to 45 W)
- Wireless Charging: Yes, Fast Wireless Charging 2.0 (15 W)  Front Camera
The resolution of the front-facing camera is unknown, but there are some details that will upset you. First, the punch hole is the smallest, even smaller, than that included in Note 10 and Note 10+. It is centered just like the 10-series note. We can make some well-founded assumptions about the rest of the specifications, but there are no other major leaks yet.
Now we come to the rumors that are less likely to occur. The first is the alleged inclusion of the Samsung version of Motion Sense. With just a front-facing camera on both phones, we do not see where they would contain the technology needed to achieve this. There are rumors of safe 3D face detection with a ToF sensor, but even this is unlikely with a single forward looking camera.
- Resolution: At least 10 MP
- Aperture: Unknown
- Zoom: Unknown
- Flash: Yes, Screen Flash
- Image Stabilizer: Yes, EIS
- RAW support: Yes
- Object recognition: yes, face
- Formats: JPEG, RAW
At the moment we know that the highlight of the rear view camera is the 108 MP primary sensor, which was developed in collaboration between Samsung and Xioami. We actually know a lot about this camera, as Samsung officially announced in August 2019 and debuted in the Xioami Mi Note 10. The rumors are Galaxy S11, and S11 + will get the second iteration of this sensor.
The Samsung ISOCELL Bright HMX primary camera has a sensor size of 0.8 μm and a pixel size of 1 / 1.33-inch. The Pixel Binning method combines four adjacent pixels to create a brighter pixel with less noise. This results in 27 MP images. With so many details captured by the lens, as you zoom in, less details are lost in the images and the overall picture brightens.
In addition to the 108 MP camera, there are four more sensors on the back of the phone, including two lenses and a ToF sensor (Time of Flight). We suspect that the other two cameras have a telephoto lens and an ultra-wide-angle lens.
It is also rumored that Samsung could introduce its recently developed periscope camera with a 5x optical zoom. It is rumored that this is referred to as "space zoom" because it offers a lossless zoom that is higher than that of the competition without software tricks or digital zoom. As far as the last sensor is concerned, we do not know. It can be a conventional 2x optical zoom lens, a black and white selective focus, or a new sensor we do not know.
- Resolution: 108 MP (primary), Unknown (telephoto), Unknown (ultrawide)
- Sensor size: 0.8 μm (primary), Unknown (telephoto), Unknown (Ultrawide)  Aperture: Unknown (primary), Unknown (telephoto), Unknown (Ultrawide)
- Zoom: Yes, 5x optical, unknown (digital)
- Flash: Yes, LED High CRI
- Image Stabilization: Yes, Primary and Tele
- RAW Support: Yes
- Lens Cap: Sapphire Crystal
- Object Recognition: Yes, Food, Faces
- Formats: JPEG, RAW
As far as videography is concerned, the 108 MP primary is too much capable. The Samsung ISOCELL Bright HMX can record up to 6K (6016 x 3384) at 30 fps. While we do not expect the Galaxy S11 or S11 + to shoot so high, it's not entirely out of the question because the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 is supposed to support video encodings of up to 8K in HDR.
We fully expect 4K video at 60 fps on the front and back as well as slow motion video at up to 960 fps at 720p. Stabilization should come from the Galaxy S10 Series VDIS system, and still images should be higher than 9.1 MP during recording. We also expect to be able to record videos in HDR10 + and use both HEVC and AVC to record videos.
- Resolution: 720p, 1080p, 4K and (possibly) 6K
- Maximum frame rate: 720p at 30 fps, 1080p at 60 fps, 4K at 60 fps, 8K at 30 fps
- Slow Motion : 720p at 960 fps, 1080p at 240 fps
- Time Lapse: Yes, 1080p  Photos: Yes, still images with more than 9.1 MP during a 4K shot
- Zoom: Yes, see above
- Flash access: Yes, see above
- Image stabilization: yes, VDIS (Video Digital Image Stabilization)
- Object recognition: Unknown  Autofocus: Unknown
- Audio: Stereo
- Formats: H.264 (AVC), H.265 (HEVC)
After removal in the Galaxy Note 10 series, this is the end of the headphone jack. It's rare for a business to bring the port back after removal, especially nowadays, when most OEMs have already removed it.
There probably will not be a headphone adapter in the box either. So, if you plan to buy the phone and you do not have one yet, we recommend buying an adapter from Amazon now. You can purchase the official version of Samsung ($ 14.99 on Amazon) or upgrade to a third-party option, such as the Soditer headphone adapter ($ 26.99 on Amazon), which lets you enjoy 32-bit / 384-kHz Can output audio files.
It The stereo speakers are likely to be retained when a combination of one speaker is used on the upper front panel and another lower-resolution speaker Bottom-Firing
We currently have no changes in media format support, so we assume that this will be the case the same as its predecessor.
- Audio: MP3, M4A, 3GA, AAC, OGG, OGA, WAV, WMA, AMR, AWB, FLAC, MEDIUM, MIDI, XMF, MXMF, IMY, RTTTL, RTX, OTA, APE, DSF, DFF
- Video: MP4, M4V, 3GP, 3G2, WMV, ASF, AVI, FLV, MKV, WEBM
We currently do not know if Samsung will make any changes rega rding sensors. We believe that all sensors of the Galaxy S10 will be transmitted, including the ultrasonic fingerprint sensor.
- Sensors: Accelerometer, RGB Ambient Light Sensor, Barometer, Gyro Sensor, Geomagnetic Sensor, Hall Sensor, HR Sensor, Proximity Sensor, Ultrasonic Fingerprint Sensor
As far as we know, we have heard no rumors pointing to it that Samsung will support the Galaxy S11 with dual-frequency satellite navigation. With the Galaxy Note 10+, which also supports dual-frequency, Samsung expects the same feature for the Galaxy S11 series.
- GPS: yes, L1 + L5
- aGPS: yes  Glonass: Yes, L1
- BeiDou: Yes, B1
- Galileo: Yes, E1 + E5a
- QZSS: No
19659005] We do not expect much change in connectivity. It should support Wi-Fi 6 again, but unlike in 2019, it should not be one of the few phones that do. E-SIM may be supported, but we have not heard anything about this change yet.
- WLAN: 802.11 a / b / g / n / ac / ax
- Bluetooth: 5
- NFC: yes
- Cell: nano-SIM  Port: USB Type-C
For mobile bands, you should expect the same tape support as the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 series. And since there are rumors that there will be a 5G version for both S11 and S11 +, we also expect the same 5G band support.
- GSM: 850/1900
- UMTS: 850/1700/1900
- CDMA: BC0, BC10
- LTE tapes: 2/4/5/7/12/13 / 14/25/26/30/38/41/48/66/71
- ] 5G, not self contained (NSA), Sub6 / mmWave
Es There is a rumor that Samsung will introduce a secure face recognition with a ToF sensor, but rumor has it that there will be only one camera in the front, which is unlikely. There is a report on Samsung's work on a under-display camera, so we can not completely dismiss it. The in-display fingerprint scanner should be the biometrics of choice with improved security after a recent report came out that you can easily outsmart it.
- Fingerprint Scanner: Yes, In-Display
- Face Scanner: No
- Iris Scanner: No
- Manual Authentication: Password, PIN, Pattern, Wipe  Scope of Delivery
We can speculate on what will be included in the packaging for the Galaxy S11 or S11 +. We expect Samsung to ship the 25W Super Fast Charge Adapter, not the 45W Charger. Usually they contain AKG earphones, this time it should be the USB-C version.
- Samsung Galaxy S11 or S11 +
- Samsung USB Type-C Cable
- Samsung Power Supply (25W)
- AKG USB-C Earbuds
- SIM Tray Ejector
- Welcome Letter  Quick Guide
- Safety Information