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All latest Galaxy S11 & S11 + rumor specifications and functions on one page «Android :: Gadget hacks



For the first time in a while I am really excited about a Samsung release. In recent years I have paid more attention to Samsung than before and after a while testing the Samsung Galaxy S10 + I have been sold. And so I await the announcement with the coming Galaxy S11.

Based on all rumors, the S11 will continue the design language of its predecessor. Both the Galaxy S11 and S11 + will use Infinity-O screens for a minimal bezel look. Although there is a specific deduction for users of the Galaxy S10 +, it is in some respects an addition by deduction. And as usual, Samsung reportedly turns off the phone in Q1 2020, which means that it is not only the first great phone of the year, but that it will be one of the best phones later in the year when the price drops.

Go to a section: Striking features | Dates | Storage Price | Body | Basics | Software Skin | View | Performance Battery | Front camera | Reversing camera Audio | Media formats Sensors Connectivity Security Box contains

Striking features

The Galaxy S1

1 and S11 + are said to have a few noticeable changes to the well-known predecessor. The first of these is the recording of the 108 MP primary camera. Introduced for the first time in the mobile industry with the Xioami Mi Note 10, this should lead to some fantastic photos, especially when using pixel binning for 27 MP photos. And the one included in the Galaxy S11 will be the second generation, so expect even better performance than the Xiaomi.

Both phones (and their brother, the Galaxy S11e) will contain an even larger battery, with the S11 + rumors about a 5,000 mAh power cell. The screen will use a new 20: 9 aspect ratio, and all screen sizes will be increased to match a refresh rate upgrade.

Important dates

The Samsung Galaxy S11e, S11 and S11 + are announced in mid-February 2020. Preorders must 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

Storage Capacity

Rumors indicate that storage capacity is largely the same as last year. The Galaxy S11 has a 128 GB, 256 GB, 512 GB model, while the Galaxy S11 + has the same storage capacity but reduces the 1 TB model. We do not know if the microSD card will fall this time, but we assume that it will be present based on its inclusion in the Galaxy Note 10+ (although it may be placed in the Galaxy S11e). Storage available: 128 GB (S11 / S11 +), 256 GB (S11 / S11 +), 512 GB (S11 / S11 +), 1 TB (S11 +)

  • Specification: UFS 3.0
  • Expandable storage: yes, up to 2 TB microSD card
  • Price for Everything

    Up to now we have had no rumors or leaks about the price of the phone. That is why we can only go through last year's prices. Because the Galaxy S10 was sold for $ 899 last year, we expect the same price or a modest increase of $ 50. We expect the same for the Galaxy S11 +, which its predecessor cost $ 999. There is also a 5G variant for both models, which should be $ 300 more than the 4G variant.

    Basic principles

    Although we do not currently know the dimensions of the phone, based on rumors that the screen has become larger, we at least know that both the Galaxy S11 and S11 + must be larger in both height as width, and with the new larger battery of the Galaxy S11 and S11 +, the depth must also increase.

    • Hei ght: > 5.9 inch (S11),> 6.2 inch (S11 +)
    • Width: > 2.77 inch (S11),> 2.95 inch (S11 +)
    • Depth: > 0.31 inch
    • Weight: Unknown
    • Dust / water resistance: IP68 under IEC standard 60529
    • Supported carriers: Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint [19659010] Infrared blaster: no

    Software

    One thing we know with a high degree of certainty is that the Galaxy S11 and S11 + use Android 10. With One UI 2 already in beta for the Galaxy S10 +, we know the final version is just around the corner. We also know that Samsung is working hard to optimize it for the new hardware, making it almost certain that the Galaxy S11 will run the latest version of Android.

    Skin

    For Android 9 Pie, Samsung introduced a new skin, one user interface. It replaced the previous Samsung Experience UI (which itself replaced TouchWiz) with a design that was more in line with stock Android.

    Since the Galaxy S11 and S11 + Android 10 run out of the box, it will perform the following iteration of this skin, just built on Android 10. Around the time, it is One UI 2, a few new ones changes, including improved motion navigation and a better dark mode.

    Display

    The Galaxy S11 comes with a much larger 6.7-inch screen. Based on the rumors 20: 9 aspect ratio, a slightly higher resolution at 3200 x 1440. This translates to a pixel density of 524 ppi. It will use the latest AMOLED top-shelf panel for improved contrast and image quality. Rumor has it that this version is called SAMOLED, of which Samsung has recently made a trademark. Just like its predecessor, it supports HDR10 + and has a curved screen.

    The main differences with the Galaxy S11 + are the larger screen with 6.9 inches and the lower pixel density with 509 ppi. Both screens would also use a refresh rate of 120 Hz, a doubling compared to their predecessors. Although it was previously not possible to link a refresh rate of 120 Hz with an OLED, we have seen its implementation with the ASUS ROG Phone II (although it did use a 1080p panel).

    • Screen size: 6.7 inch (S11), 6.9 inch (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
    • Punch hole: yes
    • Screen- body ratio: Unknown [19659010] Aspect ratio: 20: 9
    • Minimum brightness: Unknown
    • Maximum brightness: minimum 600 nits
    • Renew speed: 120 Hz (120 Hz for touch sensing)
    • Color temp: Unknown
    • Color range: Unknown

    Performance

    A new year means a new SoC from Qualcomm, and the Galaxy S11 and S11 + get the first place on the Snapdrag at 865. According to rumors, this SoC will offer a 20% performance improvement in CPU performance and an increase of the GPU with 17-20%. It uses the same core configuration, with one gold core clocked higher than three other gold cores, coupled with four silver cores.

    Expect the same configuration for RAM as both last year with both models from 8 GB, and the S11 + with 1 TB storage which increases the RAM to 12 GB. Rumor has it that LPDDR5X RAM is being used, which would mean better energy efficiency.

    • Memory: 8 GB (S11 / S11 +) or 12 GB RAM (S11 +)
    • Processor: Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 [19659010] Chip size: 7 nanometers
    • CPU- frequency: 2.84 GHz (1x A77), 2.42 GHz (3x A77) and 1.8 GHz (4x A55)
    • CPU cores: 8 cores (1 + 3 gold cores, 4 silver conductors)
    • GPU: Adreno 650
    • GPU frequency: 587 MHz

    Battery

    The Galaxy S11 is said to be the same 4,300 mAh battery of the Galaxy Note 10+. For the context, that is a jump of 900 mAh from the S10, which seems to be the theme of Samsung with the S11 series. The Galaxy S11 + will probably get a 5,000 mAh battery, another increase of 900 mAh battery.

    However, before jumping for joy, remember that he is using a higher-resolution screen with a refresh rate of 120 Hz, which is probably brighter than its predecessor. So the battery life may be the same or worse. But in the typical way of Samsung, you should be able to configure the resolution to reduce it to 2400 x 1080 and bring the refresh rate to 90 Hz (or even 60 Hz) to improve the battery life. One UI 2 also has one of the most aggressive battery management systems.

    Regarding charging, you can expect support for the Super Fast Charging 2.0, which debuted in the Galaxy Note 10+. Both phones must contain the 25 W charger in the box, but must also support the new 45 W charger for even faster charging. For wireless charging, both phones must support Fast Wireless Charging 2.0, and PowerShare must still be available to charge Galaxy Buds and other phones wirelessly.

    Camera on the front

    We do not know the resolution of the front camera, but we have a few details to make you enthusiastic. First, the punch hole is the smallest so far, even smaller than the hole in the Note 10 and Note 10+. It is also centered like the Note 10 series. We can make informed estimates about the rest of the specifications, but no extra strong leaks have yet emerged.

    Now we come to rumors that are less likely. First, there are rumors about the Samsung version of Motion Sense. With only one front camera on both phones, we don't see where they would have the technology to make this possible. There are rumors about safe 3D face recognition with a ToF sensor, but again, it is somewhat unlikely with only one front camera.

    • Resolution: minimum 10 MP
    • Aperture: Unknown
    • Zoom: Unknown
    • Flash: yes, screen flash
    • Image stabilization: yes, EIS
    • RAW support: yes
    • Object detection: yes, face
    • Formats: JPEG, RAW

    Reversing camera

    We currently know that the highlight of the rear view camera is the 108 MP primary lens that was developed in collaboration between Samsung and Xioami. We actually know a lot about this camera, as Samsung officially announced it in August 2019 and made its debut in the Xioami Mi Note 10. The rumors are the 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. It uses pixel binning to combine four adjacent pixels to create a brighter pixel with less noise, resulting in 27 MP images. With so many details captured by the lens, fewer details are lost in photos while you zoom in, and the images are generally brighter.

    In addition to the 108 MP camera, we know that there are four other sensors on the back of the camera, including two lenses and what appears to be a ToF sensor. We expect two other cameras to be a telephoto lens and an ultra-wide lens. There are also rumors that Samsung could debut its recently developed periscope camera with a 5x optical zoom. Rumor has it that this is called "Space zoom" because it offers a lossless zoom that is higher than the competition without tricks or digital zoom. We don't know about the last sensor. It can be a traditional 2x optical zoom lens, a monochrome lens for depth or a new sensor that we don't know.

    • Resolution: 108 MP (primary), Unknown (telefoto), Unknown (ultra-wide)
    • Sensor size: 0.8 µm (primary), Unknown (telefoto), Unknown (ultra-wide) [19659010] Aperture: Unknown (primary), Unknown (telephoto), Unknown (ultra-wide)
    • Zoom: yes, 5x optical, unknown (digital)
    • Flash: yes, high CRI LED
    • Image stabilization: yes, primary and telefoto
    • RAW support: yes
    • Lens cap: sapphire glass
    • Object detection: yes, food, faces
    • Formats : JPEG, RAW

    Regarding videography, the 108 MP primary lens is capable of much. The Samsung ISOCELL Bright HMX can photograph up to 6K (6016 x 3384) at 30 fps. Although we do not expect the Galaxy S11 or S11 + to shoot so high, this is not entirely possible, because the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 supports up to 8K in HDR according to rumors.

    We fully expect the return of 4K 60 fps video on both the front and rear cameras, and slow-motion video up to 960 fps at 720p. Stabilization must come from the VDIS system in the Galaxy S10 series and photos during recording must be higher than 9.1 MP. We also expect the possibility to record video in HDR10 + and to use both HEVC and AVC to record video.

    • Resolution: 720p, 1080p, 4K and (maybe) 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 [19659010] Photos: yes, higher than 9.1 MP photo & # 39 ; s during 4K recording
    • Zoom: yes, see above
    • Flash access: yes, see above
    • Image stabilization: yes, VDIS (video digital image stabilization)
    • Object detection : Unknown
    • Autofocus: Unknown
    • Audio: stereo
    • Formats: H.264 (AVC), H.265 (HEVC)

    Audio [19659005] With the removal in the Galaxy Note 10 series, our best guess is the end of the headphone jack. It is rare for a company to retrieve the port after it has been removed, especially during this time, when most OEMs are already off.

    It probably also doesn't have a headphone adapter in the box, so if you are planning to get the phone and you don't have one, we recommend that you buy an Amazon adapter now. You can get the official one from Samsung ($ 14.99 on Amazon) or upgrade to a third-party option, such as a Soditer headphone adapter ($ 26.99 on Amazon) that lets you use 32-bit / 384 kHz audio files to carry out.

    is likely to preserve the stereo speakers using a combination of a speaker on the top ring and a speaker that works at the bottom.

    • 3.5 mm headphone jack: no
    • Stereo speakers: yes, top and bottom firing
    • Microphones: 3
    • Max speaker volume: Unknown

    Media formats

    We have not heard any changes in media format support at this time, so we assume the same as its predecessor.

    • Audio: MP3, M4A, 3GA, AAC, OGG, OGA, WAV, WMA, AMR, AWB, FLAC, MID, MIDI, XMF, MXMF, IMY, RTTTL, RTX, OTA, APE, DSF, DFF
    • Video: MP4, M4V, 3GP, 3G2, WMV, ASF, AVI, FLV, MKV, WEBM

    Sensors

    We currently do not know if Samsung will change the rega to rank sensors . We believe that all sensors of the Galaxy S10 are transferred, 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 not heard any rumors that indicate whether or not Samsung is will not include support for dual satellite navigation on the Galaxy S11. With the Galaxy Note 10+ that also supports dual frequency, we expect Samsung to bring the same function to the Galaxy S11 series.

    • GPS: yes, L1 + L5
    • aGPS: yes [19659010] Glonass: yes, L1
    • BeiDou: yes, B1
    • Galileo: yes, E1 + E5a
    • QZSS: no

    Connectivity [19659005] We do not expect much to change in terms of connectivity. It should again support Wi-Fi 6, but unlike 2019, it should not be one of the few phones that do. E-SIM support may be possible, but we have not heard of this change.

    • Wi-Fi: 802.11 a / b / g / n / ac / ax
    • Bluetooth: NFC: yes
    • Mobile: nano- SIM
    • Port: USB Type-C

    Expect the same band support for the same bands as the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 series. And since the rumor there will be a 5G version for both the S11 and S11 +, we also expect the same 5G band support.

    LTE version

    • GSM: 850/1900
    • UMTS: 850/1700/1900
    • CDMA: BC0, BC10
    • LTE bands: 2/4/5/7/12/13 / 14/25/26/30/38/41/48/66/71

    5G version [19659143] 5G Non-Standalone (NSA), Sub6 / mmWave

    Security

    The rumor Samsung is going to adopt safe face recognition with a ToF sensor, but all rumors indicate that it only has one front camera, this is unlikely. There is a Samsung report that is working on a under-display camera, so we cannot completely ignore this. The in-display fingerprint scanner must be the biometric choice with improved security after a recent report came out that you could easily be misled.

    Cover image via OnLeaks / Twitter


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