Update: The chipset that will probably be used in the Samsung Galaxy S11 has been compared to high scores. In addition, the launch of the Galaxy Note 10 gives us clues about what to expect from Samsung's next flagship.
We do not expect to see the launch of the Samsung Galaxy S11 for a while since then, if Samsung continues its annual cycles for phone launches, it will come out in or around February 2020, but we have already been seeing some clues and clues about what We can expect from him.
On top of that, there are some features we didn't see in the Samsung Galaxy S10 that we expected, and there were aspects of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10, Samsung Galaxy A80 and Galaxy Fold that would work well on a new flagship Galaxy S  Inspired by all these phones, we have prepared a list of the things we would like to see on the Samsung Galaxy S11, or whatever the next Galaxy S phone might be (it could be the Galaxy S20, since the phone companies seem to jump directly from 10 to 20 when numbering phones)
You will find it below, but first, here is everything we've heard about the Samsung Galaxy S11 so far.
Get to the point
- What is it? Samsung's next Galaxy S smartphone
- When does it come out? Probable February / March 2020
- How much will it cost? Probably more than $ 899 / £ 799 / AU $ 1,349
Date and launch price of the Samsung Galaxy S11
We saw the launch of the Samsung Galaxy S10 along with the Samsung Galaxy S10e and Galaxy S10 Plus, late February 2019. Since Samsung tends to launch its phones in annual cycles, we expect to see the launch of the Samsung Galaxy S11 in February or March 2020.
The Galaxy S10 cost $ 899 / £ 799 / AU $ 1,349 for its size cheaper storage, and rose all the way to $ 1,149 / £ 999 / AU $ 1,699, when it launched.
We would expect the price of the Samsung Galaxy S11 to be a small increase, since the Galaxy S10 was more expensive than the Galaxy S9.
Given the usual price increases on Galaxy S phones between generations, we would expect to see that it costs around $ 1,000 / £ 900 / AU $ 1,500 for the cheaper version, and even more for more memory.
Samsung Galaxy News and leaks of the S11
The launch of the Samsung Galaxy S11 may be far away in 2020, but that does not mean that there are no rumors, leaks and speculations about the phone that are already on the web.
An announcement from Samsung made on May 9, 2019 with the launch of the new 48MP and 64MP camera sensors could be a clue of what we can expect to see on the back of the Galaxy S11 while the company seeks to improve your photographic skill in smartphones.
A subsequent leak was confirmed that the main camera sensor on the Galaxy S11 will be different from all previous Galaxy phones, from S7 to S10. That does not necessarily mean it will be this 64MP sensor, but it seems likely.
On the topic of & # 39; technology that Samsung has announced & # 39 ;: we know that the company has created a 12GB mobile DRAM, which allows the phone to read memory at a faster rate, so that It's another obvious candidate for the Galaxy S11.
The Galaxy S11 could also be the first phone to have a small set of 5 nm chips, according to Sina, who could see that it surpasses other phones.
The chipset, one that is believed to be the Snapdragon 865, has been compared to scores that surpass any other phone. The US versions of the Galaxy S11 are likely to use this chip, so it is promising.
One thing we may not have is a camera on the screen, since while Oppo and Xiaomi are already making fun of technology, a source suggests that Samsung will wait for the technology to "mature" first, and in the meantime it will stay with perforating chambers, although they are of smaller and smaller sizes.
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However, by freeing up space that would have been used for a headphone port, Samsung could make the battery larger and / or the body thinner.
Samsung Galaxy 11: what we want to see
While the first rumors have begun to stir, there really is still a long way to go before we see the Samsung Galaxy S11, which is good news, now which gives Samsung enough time to take our suggestions on board.
So, listen to Samsung, this is what we want to see from the Galaxy S11. Please do not disappoint us.
1. Better camera specifications
The Samsung Galaxy S10 has three rear cameras: the 12MP main sensor with a normal lens, the second 12MP sensor with a telephoto lens for remote shooting and the third 16MP sensor with an ultra large lens angular.
The three lenses are generally what we would expect in a smartphone camera, but the resolution of each is much lower than in many other phones.
Phones such as the Honor 20 Pro have a 48MP main camera, which is a large increase of 12MP, and even affordable phones sometimes now come with four lenses (the extra is usually a flight time or macro sensor for close-up shots), so to stay competitive in the Samsung smartphone camera game you need to increase your game with the Galaxy S11.
We have heard that Samsung is working on a 64MP smartphone camera that could be placed on the Samsung Galaxy S11; If this is true, the new phone would take its competitors out of the water.
2) A 3.5mm headphone jack
If you scratch your head thinking "the Samsung Galaxy S10 has it has a 3.5mm headphone jack", then you're right, but it can be the latest of its
Newer Galaxy smartphones such as the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy A80 have abandoned the headphone jack, so it seems that Samsung is following the example of many other smartphone companies to get rid of the port Headphone physicist
But since many, many people still use non-Bluetooth headphones, it is a feature that we would love to see in the future on Samsung smartphones, especially since it is one of the only high-end smartphone manufacturers that still He uses them.
3. Different layout of the front camera
The Galaxy S10 was one of the first phones to have a front camera & # 39; punch & # 39 ;, which means that the front snapper was in a cropped section inside the screen, in the corner.
In theory, this is a useful feature that replaces the top notch, so you get more screen space, but in practice the drill hole takes up so much space, since there is a piece screen between the camera and the edge that is simply not used.
In the future, we would like to see the Samsung Galaxy S11 take a different course: Samsung itself has said it plans to drop the hole in favor of a camera under the screen, but there could still be some Galaxy S phones in the line.
4. Increased battery capacity
The Galaxy S10 had a 3,400 mAh battery, it's fine, but you have no hope that it will last more than a second day of use, especially if you use your phone a lot.
We & # 39; I hope that the battery life of the Samsung Galaxy S11 exceeds that: you will definitely have to have a greater capacity to attend to all the new technologies that the phone uses, but we would like to see a serious improvement in capacity, maybe 4,000 mAh or above .
5. More launch colors
The Galaxy S10 comes in some colors, more commonly black and white prism, but we always love a vibrant design on a phone, and until now Samsung phones often seemed a bit boring.
We are not asking for the crazy patterns on the back of a Huawei or Honor phone, but it would be nice if the Samsung Galaxy S11 launched in different colors.
The Galaxy S10 has a few colors that are only available in certain regions, such as yellow, green or red, but if Samsung made these designs available from the beginning in all regions, we would greatly appreciate the design.
6. Affordable 5G
We hope there is a Samsung Galaxy S11 5G: after all, there was a Samsung Galaxy S10 5G, and by the time the S11 cast 5G will be available in many countries.
However, the Galaxy S10 5G is even larger than the Galaxy S10 Plus, so it is huge and expensive. There are currently no affordable 5G smartphones on the horizon, but Samsung could really get ahead if the Galaxy S11 or Galaxy S11e had a low price and worked on 5G networks.