According to Blass, the S11e, S11, and S11 Plus will come with 6.4-inch. 6.7-inch, and 6.9-inch screens respectively. The phones in the current lineup offer 5.8-, 6.1- and 6.4-inch respectively. He adds that even the S11e, the budget phone in the flagship lineup, will come with a curved display. This is going to be interesting for Galaxy lovers.
Samsung’s 108MP ISOCELL sensor is already featured in the Mi CC9 Pro
, which will launch globally as the Mi Note 10. The sad news for Indian Smartphone users is that the mi CC9 Pro may not be available in India anytime soon.
In contrast to the current flagship Samsung phone cameras, which use large pixels to produce images around 12MP in size, Samsung’s 108MP camera captures images on extremely small pixels and uses pixel-binning (combining multiple pixels) to produce a high-resolution photo. As a rule of thumb, smaller pixels means more noise and less sensitivity to light. Samsung’s ISOCELL sensor uses a design that prevents light bleeding into adjacent pixels. Hence, the new 108MP Camera is expected to produce cleaner images with more details.
Although the news is just out or leaked ( should we say), the actual official announcement from Samsung will likely come towards the end of this year. Then, we may expect the launch of the Galaxy S11 in the first quarter of 2020. The smartphone market is constantly evolving, improving with new and advanced features. Be it in terms of camera, battery or screen display size and resolution. Not to forget the screen refresh rate which comes as high as 90 Hz now, the smartphone market is continuing its boom. As with the innovative designs Samsung comes up with its flagships, we believe that the nwe Galaxy S11 will not disappoint us - in terms of design, performance and pricing.