The launch of the Samsung Galaxy S11 flagship series early next year may be the next big thing in the smartphone industry with most other premium models already announced by now. There has been no dearth of rumors as far as the Samsung Galaxy S11 is concerned, one of which said the primary sensor will be a 108MP camera. A regular tipster Ice Universe has now suddenly tweeted that this 108MP sensor could be a new one, meaning the camera identified as the ISOCELL Bright HMX from Samsung’s own stable may have an advanced or new version.
The Galaxy S11 has a high probability of using a new 108MP sensor.
— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) November 4, 2019
Samsung Galaxy S11 Specs Leaked So Far
The only information available on what to expect from the new flagship smartphone to be launched by Samsung is through various rumors and speculative suggestions. The processor, for example, is expected to be the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 SoC for select markets (including the US) and the inhouse Exynos 9830 SoC for the Chinese and some other markets. One suggestion is that the RAM could be as high as 12GB. Samsung put out a blog recently that it has developed a technology through which even mid-segment phones can sport 12GB RAM easily. It would, therefore, be logical to presume that for its own premium offering like the Galaxy S11, it would go for anything less than 12GB. It is also expected that it would be an LPDDR5 RAM.
On the display, the size is bound to be in the 6.3-inch to 6.7-inch range with a Quad HD+ Always On Display. The aspect ratio is being rumored to be 19:9. The Samsung Galaxy S11 may sport the punch hole to accommodate the front camera. There may not be any change here from the previous Galaxy S10 models.
One UI 2.0 A Major Attraction
Samsung unveiled the new capabilities of its new user interface One UI 2.0 based on the Android 10 OS at its SDC19 developers conference recently. The video on this is quite impressive highlighting the features.
Some of the highlights of the newly added features include larger and better to read and identify icons. Some of them have moving features as well. The system-wide dark mode is certainly well advertised in most new smartphones with the feature. The display adjusts the screen’s brightness and clarity based on the ambient light where the phone is held. The other significant feature with the One UI 2.0 is the ability to keep distractions to the minimum when you are busy with an app, say watching a video or playing a game.