- Samsung Galaxy S11 model is leaked.
Hey guys! Welcome to toptechpal.com. In this article, we will be discussing on the upcoming flagship smartphone by Samsung the new Galaxy S11. Currently there are a lot of leaks as well as rumors regarding the upcoming flagship by Samsung. And according to all the leaks and rumors, the future device looks pretty promising.
Galaxy S series and Galaxy Note series are two flagship series of Samsung. After the release of original Samsung Galaxy S1 in 2010, we have seen a lot of improvements on the device each year. But recently, there is not much changes in smartphones as there used to be in the early stages. But Samsung Galaxy S11 might change that. Here are some of the major S11 features that you might like.
Samsung Galaxy S11: Major Features
108 Mega Pixel Camera Sensor/ 10 times optical zoom
Camera is the major area that Smartphone companies are focusing on lately. There has been huge improvement is smartphone camera because of this reason. Smartphone companies are adding cameras, improving night modes, adding telephoto lens, giving more zoom and so on. Apple improvised its camera department on iPhone by adding an extra camera on their latest iPhone Pro and iPhone Pro Max. Huawei flexed on this department by introducing 5 times optical zoom and 50 times hybrid zoom in it’s flagship P30. Samsung S11 is expected to have 10 times optical zoom which is crazy and night mode will also improve in the device.
Galaxy S11 will have the biggest and the newest sensor from the Samsung. The sensor Samsung is planning to use on S11 is their latest and one of the best sensor. The camera is going to be expensive as well. The question is will the price of the phone will increase due to the expensive 108 mega pixel camera sensor? We have to wait until the price of the phone leaks out or Samsung reveal it themselves.
Snapdragon 865 is the latest and greatest flagship processor from Qualcomm. Snapdragon chips use ARM architecture and Adrino GPU. Snapdragon 865 is using the latest Adrino GPU so the improvement in graphics department compared to the last generation will be huge.Not only on graphics department, Snapdragon 865 will also have better power efficiency, LPDDR5 memory support, 5G support, and can better performance as well.
However, based on your location, you might get Exynos 9 Octa 990 chipset as Samsung generally ships the phones with Snapdragon chipset only on USA and China. Snapdragon is way ahead of Exynos in CPU and GPU department so I hope Samsung will either improve greatly or use Snapdragon in all of their phones in near future. As Samsung is collaborating with AMD, at least the GPU capability of can be expected to improve.
5000 mAh Battery
Samsung Galaxy S11 will also have a massive 5000 mAh battery with fast charging support. We have yet to see the charging capability of the handset, but it’s expected to be a 45 watts. Obviously there’ll be wireless charging too and also the reverse wireless charging.
Smaller Punch Hole
Samsung introduced the punch hole display in Galaxy S10 and reduced the diameter of the hole in Note 10. The hole on Galaxy S11 will be located at the center like Note 10 and will be even smaller than that of Note 10.
The only thing I hate about S11 is its totally uncool square bump camera design. All the smartphone companies seem to follow the trend set by Apple. It all started with headphone jack and the notch on top. Samsung was trolling Apple for removing the headphone jack but Samsung also removed the 3.5 mm headphone jack from flagships starting from Note 10. I personally hate the square camera bump on iPhone 11 but Smartphone companies are starting to make it a design statement and Samsung is also going for the square camera bump on S11. I think Smartphone companies should be a little more creative with the design because a flagship phone deserves to look good.
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