The Samsung Galaxy S11 phones are gearing up to be quite attractive

Early renders of the Samsung Galaxy S11. (Source: PhoneArena)
Early renders of the Samsung Galaxy S11. (Source: PhoneArena)
The Galaxy S11 phones are expected to be launched in February next year, and a set of leaks have surfaced, painting an image of what will undoubtedly be one of the most attractive flagship phones of 2020.
Ricci Rox,

The Samsung Galaxy S11 phones are just three months away from launch at the point and, over the past few weeks, there’s been an influx of leaks pertaining to the devices—some of which will likely have made them sound even more enticing to most.

Most importantly, it would appear that the Galaxy S11 phones will sport bigger batteries than their predecessors. According to Ice Universe, the smallest S11 phone will feature a battery with a capacity in the region of 4000 mAh battery. The biggest Galaxy S11+ will go even higher, with a 5000 mAh battery.

The Galaxy S11 phones are also expected to feature a 108 MP sensor. Samsung, in collaboration with Xiaomi, launched the 108 MP ISOCELL Bright HMX that has been used on the Mi Mix Alpha and Mi Note 10. There’s a chance the Galaxy S11 phones could feature the same sensor, albeit perhaps with some modifications.

Batteries and camera hardware have been some of the biggest weaknesses of past Samsung flagships, although the company has worked to remedy the battery issue since the Galaxy Note 9. It’ll be nice to see the next-gen flagships sport even bigger batteries, especially since they’re expected to feature high-refresh displays and 5G support.

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Ricci Rox, 2019-11-10 (Update: 2019-11-10)
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