The launch of Samsung Galaxy S11 has now officially been announced, and everyone is anxiously expecting it. Industry analysts portray the brand new Samsung Galaxy S11 as the future of Samsung phones. What a shame we have to wait until next year to purchase it!
One of the great features the smartphone has is the screen that curves on all the sides. The screen is novel and will surely place Samsung on top of competitors rank. Here are all the details we know so far regarding the forthcoming Galaxy S11.
Now that the Galaxy S10 sports three rear cameras, we can expect from the forthcoming S11 to also come with great camera specs. According to Tech Radar, there are speculations of Samsung developing a 64MP phone camera, and perhaps that will feature in the S11.
It is rumored that the S11 battery life would outdo that of the Galaxy S10. The S10 has a 3,400mAh battery; however, people hope the S11 will sport a better performance in terms of battery.
We can safely assume that the Galaxy S11 will be 5G-enabled, all the more since the S10 sports the feature. However, we can’t expect affordable 5G smartphones at the moment, but if Samsung wants to stay on top of the competition, it could find a way to provide the market with a 5G-enabled S11 at an affordable price.
According to Expert Reviews, the Galaxy S11 could have a price tag of approximately $1200. The high price comes as a result of the device expected to feature a large storage and memory options.
Samsung will probably announce the release date of the Galaxy S11 at their Unpacked event, but speculations say it will happen sometime in March 2020. The tech giant has always unveiled the launch date of their smartphones at the event, both the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S10 have been unveiled at Samsung Unpacked event in February 2018 and 2019, respectively.
Carrie Ryley was born and raised in Fort Lauderdale. As a journalist Carmen has contributed to NPR News Blog, Outdoor Magazine and many other publications. In regards to academics, Carrie earned a degree in business degree from A&N and earned her master’s degree at University of Florida. Carrie covers local news and culture stories here at Miami Morning Star.