Samsung Galaxy S11 Rumored To Launch In February 2020 With 108-Mp Camera

Since Galaxy Note 10 launched in August, the fans’ attention has focused on the next flagship from Samsung – Galaxy S11. According to a recent report, Samsung Galaxy S11 would launch on February 18th, 2020. But there’s more! The Galaxy S11 might come out with a 108-mp camera. The same report also specifies other specifications and features that Galaxy S11 might sport.

Samsung Galaxy S10 launched in February 2019. Accordingly, the report might be accurate, indeed, if Samsung decides to keep the tradition. We know for sure that Samsung Galaxy S11 is currently under development at the South Korean tech giant. What we don’t know precisely is what technical specs the next Samsung flagship smartphone will sport.

Luckily, the recent report posted on SamMobile revealed a few details. However, all those are only rumors, at the moment, so we can’t know for sure if Samsung Galaxy S11 would indeed sport the features and specs reported by SamMobile.

Possible Samsung Galaxy S11 specs and features

As reported, the future Samsung Galaxy S11 would come out with the next flagship chipset from Qualcomm, the so-called Snapdragon 865. Besides, Galaxy S11 would reportedly run on Samsung’s custom One UI 2.1.

The report did not reveal any information on the future device’s RAM, storage, display. However, it said that Samsung Galaxy S11 would boast an enhanced fingerprint scanner for improved security. According to previous leaks, Galaxy S11 would possess a 6.7-inch Dynamic AMOLED screen with a resolution of 1440 x 3040, 526 PPI density, and Corning Gorilla Glass protection.

Also, previous leaks and rumors suggested that at least one Samsung Galaxy S11 model would come with 8 Gb of RAM and 256 Gb of internal storage. Interestingly, the Galaxy S11 might reportedly sport a 108-mp camera in periscope-style camera setup. As for the battery, previous leaks suggested that the smartphone would come with a 4,000-mAh accumulator.

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