Samsung is one of the smartphone giants. It is known for being a pioneer in the field of designing smartphones and other such technologies. The R&D division of Samsung is continually trying to come up with competitive cutting edge technology. Currently, the Samsung S10 has been the latest launch and is a big hit worldwide. The sales of this model are on the higher side when compared to a lot of other models. Even though it is too early to speculate about the next model, namely the Samsung S11, users have already started wondering about the specifications.
A tweet from Ice Universe revealed that the next upcoming model the Samsung S11 is called as Picasso internally. The R&D division, which is working on the phone, has a codename for the devices. The upcoming model Galaxy Note 10 has a codename ‘Da Vinci. The manufacturer seems to be using the names of famous painters and artists as codenames for its devices. Pablo Picasso is a famous Spanish painter and sculptor who was considered an expert in many domains.
Galaxy S11 R & D code: Picasso pic.twitter.com/AOtMq61Rou
— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) May 19, 2019
Samsung has been working on reinventing the screen display for quite some time now. A complete bezel-less display is something every company has been trying to achieve. This new model is expected to feature such a display. The punch hole camera which is being used in the current models may be removed in the next model. The camera might be hidden under the display. The company is said to be working on perfecting this new design innovation. The company is expected to release such a design in the upcoming model. The model might also feature a curved design, unlike the ones being manufactured now.
The company has been working on new internal processing technology for a while. It has recently announced the launch of 5-nanometer (nm) FinFET process technology. This is a EUV based technology and will improve the logic processing efficiency by around 25%. A significant reduction in power consumption will also be observed by using this technology. This technology will become commercially available by next year. So it is safe to assume that the upcoming Galaxy S11 series will feature this technology in its models. Samsung had recently unveiled the 64-megapixel Samsung ISOCELL Bright GW1 and 48 Mp ISOCELL Bright GM2. These sensors are said to bring in ultra-high 64 Mp resolutions for the images. These sensors may also make its way into the S11 series.