Galaxy S 11 Specs , Release date and Price

The Galaxy S11 is the next high range smartphone from Samsung. Expected in early 2020, it already promises to be the ultimate of the South Korean manufacturer. On the menu of the future flagship store, there is a triple / quadruple 108 Mp photo sensor, a perforated Infinity-O screen and a design inspired by the latest Note 10.
Galaxy S 11 Specs , Release date and Price
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Inspired by the success of its Galaxy S10 trio, Samsung should launch three versions of its Galaxy S11 in early 2020. We expect to discover a standard Galaxy S11, a Galaxy S11e (a cheaper version) and a Galaxy S11 + (a large format variant). According to a rumor relayed by Evan Blass, Samsung is currently considering merging the Note and the Galaxy S. If the manufacturer were to act, the Galaxy S11 could finally be called "Galaxy One" in order to mark the revival of the two ranges. For the time being, it is still only noise from the corridors.

Galaxy S 11 Release date and Price

In view of its usual release schedule, Samsung should present the Galaxy S11 during the month of February 2020 with as possible presentation date February 18, 2020. As last year, the conference would take place in San Francisco in the United States. United. It is not impossible that the manufacturer decides to shake the outline of its calendar. However, there is no evidence to date that Samsung has chosen to advance or delay the release of the Galaxy S11.

On the price side, we can expect a price similar to that of the Galaxy S10. The “e” variant would thus be sold around € 750 in Europe. The standard model would be sold at a starting price of around 900 euros. The alleged S11 + would be offered at just over 1000 euros. For the time being, these are only estimates. We will update this file as soon as we have more information.
Galaxy S 11 Specs , Release date and Price
(Image credit: @OnLeaks / Pricebaba)
Galaxy S 11 Specs :

According to Evan Blass, Samsung has decided to revise the screen size up from the Galaxy S10. The cheaper S11e variant would thus have a screen as imposing as this year's S10 +. Here are the sizes revealed by the leaker:

Galaxy S11e: 6.2 or 6.4 inch screen
Galaxy S11: 6.7 inch screen
Galaxy S11 +: 6.9 inch screen
According to rumors, some models in the range are enhanced by an AMOLED screen with a 120 Hz refresh rate. We imagine that this feature will be reserved for S11 and S11 +, the two most premium versions. Samsung could thus align itself with Google, OnePlus, Asus and Xiaomi. According to a trademark, the S11 is covered with a screen called "SAMOLED".

Processor, RAM and battery

Unsurprisingly, the U.S. Galaxy S11 will likely be powered by Qualcomm's SoC Snapdragon 865. Models sold on the European market should rely on the SoC Exynos 990 developed by Samsung. We expect to find up to 12 GB of RAM on some models.

On the autonomy side, the leaks rely on batteries ranging from 3800 mAh to 4500 mAh. The Galaxy S11 + would be powered by a 5000 mAh battery, against 4500 mAh for the standard S11 and 3800 mAh for the S11e. These massive batteries are made possible by the integration of new, 50% smaller electronics made by ITM Semiconductor. Thanks to this miniature component, Samsung saves space inside its terminals to place large batteries.

Galaxy S11e: 3800 mAh
Galaxy S11: 4500 mAh
Galaxy S11 +: 5000 mAh


According to Ice Universe, famous leaker, Samsung will put the package on photography. The first rumors are counting on the integration of a quadruple photo sensor composed of a main module of 108 Mp. It would be the ISOCELL Bright HMX designed in partnership with Xiaomi. This sensor offers a definition equivalent to that of a high-end digital SLR camera. A leak ensures that the 108 MP sensor that will be integrated into the S11 is a variant of the Brighr HMX.

This photo module would be accompanied by three other photo sensors. In particular, there is a ToF sensor dedicated to detecting the depth of field. The S11 would benefit from more than a x5 optical zoom developed by Corephotonics, an palestini firm bought by Samsung. Samsung Electro-Mechanics also started mass production of a new photo module with an x5 optical zoom in May 2019. A Pixel 4 space zoom would also be involved. In addition, the smartphone could record videos in 8K.

A more practical on-screen fingerprint reader?

Samsung is currently reportedly working on a much larger fingerprint reader than the Galaxy S10. The Galaxy S11's built-in sensor has a 64-millimeter "active area", compared to just 32 millimeters for the S10. Unlocking your mobile would therefore be accessible on a larger area of ​​the screen.

An infrared spectrometer?

According to a recent patent filed in the United States by Samsung, the Galaxy S11 could be equipped with a new infrared spectrography sensor. This device would be able to decompose the light emitted by an object to deduce its composition. The smartphone could therefore provide precise nutritional information on foods by simply scanning them with a sensor located on the back.

Biometrics: XXL fingerprint reader that scans two fingers

One of the novelties of this smartphone was probably teased by Qualcomm during the presentation of its new 3D Sonic Max fingerprint sensor: this new sensor has the advantage of increased speed and precision. Above all it allows to scan two fingerprints at the same time for more security.


According to the first renderings appeared on the canvas (and visible below), the S11 would be sublimated by a screen found Infinity-O encircled with fine borders. The punch in the slab is smaller and placed in the center like the Galaxy Note 10. We would also find the Aurora colors inspired by the Note 10. At the risk of repeating the words “Note 10” again, everything indicates that it will have an extremely close design. On the back, the photo sensors would no longer be horizontal, but in a rectangle a bit like the squares in which the competitors have almost all decided to put their photo sensors this year.
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