The South Korean electronics giant, Samsung is now working for the launch of their new Galaxy S series smartphones i.e. Galaxy S11. We are frequently receiving leaks and renders of Samsung Galaxy smartphones. Today, we have got the images of Screen Protector of Galaxy S11.
The leaked screen protector of Samsung’s Galaxy S11 smartphone looks pretty decent with slim bezels all around the display. We could also see the small cutout on the front panel on the middle side just like the previous Galaxy S10 smartphone. The small cutout is there to house the front-facing camera or selfie camera.
The phone would be featuring an AMOLED panel. That’s all about the front panel of the Galaxy S11 smartphone. On the other side, the Galaxy S11+ smartphone would come with a different design that would feature a double selfie camera on the front side.
If we talk about the previous rumors and leaks, the smartphone is expected to feature a 6.7-inch display and the Galaxy S11+ to sport a 6.9-inch display. The Galaxy S11+ would be slightly bigger than the Galaxy S11 smartphone. The company may launch two different sized variants of the phones with 4G and 5G variants.
Apart from this, the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S11 Smartphones will be powered by the latest and most powerful chipset i.e. Exynos 9830 and Snapdragon 865. The devices will be backed by a 12GB of RAM.
Moving on to the camera side, the Galaxy S11 smartphone is expected to feature a quadruple-camera with 108 Megapixel main lens. The device would also be featuring a 48 Megapixel of the secondary lens on the backside. The phone would come with a powerful zooming option with 10x lossless zoom. Apart from this, the phone will come with 100x hybrid zoom.
The Galaxy S11 smartphones will be launched with 25W fast charging. The phones will be able to charge up to 50% in less than 15 minutes. The device will be backed by a 4,900 mAh of battery capacity.
There is no official confirmation about the launch of this new Samsung Galaxy S series smartphones. We can expect them to be in the market from February 11.
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