The Samsung Galaxy S11 to be unveiled by the South Korean giant next February 2020 could be a camera-focused phone, rumors say. S11 you say? So soon? If you can have rumors on the iPhones 2020 which will be launched in the third quarter of the year, then why not on the Samsung Galaxy S11 and S11+ which will come out in the first quarter of 2020? You can’t stop those sharing what they believe will be the specifications and features of a smartphone yet to be released. Here’s what has come to light through some sources on the Samsung Galaxy S11.
Information Shared in the Leak
According to the tweet by Ice Universe, considered a Samsung insider by many, the Samsung Galaxy S11 has been codenamed Picasso, after the famous painter. It may be recalled that the predecessor, the Samsung Galaxy S10 was codenamed Da Vinci another great artist, known for the immortal Mona Lisa masterpiece of art.
Someone asked about the Galaxy S11, there are four things that can be confirmed:
1. Codename "Picasso"
2. The camera has a substantial upgrade
3.Based on Android Q One UI 2.x
4.Hole in display is smaller than Note10
Other than that, it is unknown.
— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) July 29, 2019
There is a lot of discussion on the front camera and the hole on the display to house it. These rumors claim that Samsung is trying to work on this hole or notch and make it the most unobtrusive on the screen. There will be a complete overhaul of the camera setup on the Samsung Galaxy S11 and S11+, a big improvement on the optics section of the Samsung Galaxy S10 & S10+.
Android Q will be Integrated with One UI
There have already been separate rumors on how the South Korean company is in possession of the advanced version of the Android Q. Samsung has started working on its One UI 2.0 to be released for the current S series flagships, the Samsung Galaxy S10 and S10+. Obviously, the Samsung Galaxy S11 and the models to be released alongside it will receive the Android Q OS and the One UI skin preloaded.
There is yet another speculation on the RAM support to be provided to the S series flagships of 2020, the details of which are not available as yet.
As usual, the caveat is added in the end that these are rumors and need to be treated as such.