Samsung suddenly exposes Radical Galaxy S11 updates [Update]

Tech Samsung suddenly exposes Radical Galaxy S11 updates

The Galaxy S11 will surprise many people thanks to the striking new design. But now Samsung has revealed something else over the phone that makes people talk.

Samsung suddenly exposes Radical Galaxy S11 updates [Update]

12/12 update: Ice Universe is back and shows that we can expect Samsung to launch the Galaxy S11 on February 18, one of the first Galaxy S releases to date. Ice notes that Samsung is likely to launch a folding smartphone at the same time. That is not much to wait for Samsung fans.

Update on 12/14: Samsung (via 9to5Google) has just helped confirm what the Galaxy S11 will look like. The company launched the Galaxy A71 with a centred shot, a 20: 9 elongated OLED screen and a large rectangular camera hump that houses a quad camera. During the last two years, the Galaxy A series debuted designs later refined by the Galaxy S and Note series. All this means that the filtered view (below) now really seems to work.

 

Samsung has made the battery dimensions of the Galaxy S11 and Galaxy S11 + available to the public by submitting these components to the government testing institute for certification. Safety of Korea. And reveals that Samsung has stepped up its game.

  • Galaxy S11: 4,500 mAh
  • Galaxy S11 +: 5,000 mAh

These are huge updates compared to the Galaxy S10 (3,400 mAh) and the Galaxy S10 + (4,100 mAh) that have not been neglected with regard to the service life. Interestingly, SamMobile notices that the same batteries feed the 4G and 5G versions of the Galaxy S11 and that the Galaxy S11 + is only expected to be delivered in a 5G version. It may be the 4G Galaxy S11 that manages the package.

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For buyers with a limited budget, we already know that Samsung will equip the entry-level Galaxy S11e with a battery of approximately 3,800 mAh compared to the 3,100 mAh capacity of the Galaxy S10e so that the full reach to a new level. This can’t be better timed given the great Apple updates and really shows the absurd madness of Google Pixel 4.

 

For Galaxy fans, Samsung is also preparing several head changes with leaks that reveal the new innovative “Hubble” camera of the S11, the memory of the next generation and a large fingerprint sensor.

Also, the Galaxy S11 series is expected to be launched earlier than ever in February, so you don’t have to wait long. Be careful with the version of Exynos.

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