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Technology Galaxy S11’s signature features just leaked, and they’re huge upgrades

14:21  06 december  2019
14:21  06 december  2019 Source:   bgr.com

One of the Galaxy S11’s signature features may have already leaked

  One of the Galaxy S11’s signature features may have already leaked Now that the Pixel 4 is available in stores, we’re pretty much done with major new smartphone releases for the year. The upcoming Motorola Razr foldable is the only exciting thing left in 2019 when it comes to new phone releases, but it's more of a niche product than even the Galaxy Fold turned out to be. The next flagship phone to hit stores will be Samsung’s Galaxy S11, which should be unveiled next February. The first S11 rumors have already started trickling in, and the newest leak reveals a potential signature feature. require(["medianetNativeAdOnArticle"], function (medianetNativeAdOnArticle) { medianetNativeAdOnArticle.

The Galaxy S 11 will likely offer a huge camera upgrade , a new design and other major changes. While we' re talking about Qualcomm, let' s not forget that the Galaxy S lineup is usually the first to feature the latest Snapdragon mobile processor.

#CashKaroExclusivePresenting freshly leaked images and features of Samsung Galaxy S 11 Plus. Check them out here: https Samsung has patented a phone-like device with just such a feature , so it' s possible, but it sounds a bit far-fetched and niche. In other news, it may be worth keeping an eye

Samsung hasn’t made too much of an effort to keep its Galaxy S and Galaxy Note devices secret, and we knew everything about the latest models well ahead of the official press conference. Galaxy S and Note leaks were never as bad as what happened with Google’s Pixel 3 and Pixel 4, but they certainly answered most of our questions. Fast-forward to early December 2019, and we already know a bunch of things about the Galaxy S11 series that will be unveiled in some three months at the earliest. Recent leaks showed the phone’s design and mentioned several of the phones’ hardware. Nothing could be confirmed, of course, no matter how trusted the sources might be. But we now have two brand new reports that mention the phone’s key specs. And, thanks to a new development, we have every reason to believe they’re the real deal.

Samsung Galaxy S11 could have a central punch-hole, just like the Note 10

  Samsung Galaxy S11 could have a central punch-hole, just like the Note 10 A source claims that Samsung will move the punch-hole for the Galaxy S11, as well as shrinking it.That’s according to @UniverseIce (a reliable leaker), who added that the punch-hole on the Galaxy S11 will be smaller than it is on the Galaxy Note 10.

Finishing off the list of Galaxy S 11 camera features should be a noticeably more advanced Night Mode. Samsung Galaxy S 11 announcement and release date. The Galaxy S 11 series is expected to go official at a standalone Oh and try and make some sense whenever you' re making a comment.

Now that the Pixel 4 is available in stores, we’ re pretty much done with major new smartphone The first S 11 rumors have already started trickling in, and the newest leak reveals a potential signature It’ s unclear, however, if more Galaxy S 11 versions will come with ToF sensors on board, or just some

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That development, of course, is Qualcomm’s massive press event from Hawaii this week, where the chipmaker made several announcements. The company unveiled plenty of new hardware that will power next year’s smartphones and laptops, including its next-gen flagship processor. The Snapdragon 865 will be found inside several high-end Android handsets next year, from the upcoming Galaxy S11 that launches in February all the way through October when the Pixel 5 launches.

Qualcomm revealed all the Snapdragon 865 specs at the event, which, in turn, tease the kind of signature features 2020 Android flagships might offer. The 7nm EUV chip will be faster and more efficient than the Snapdragon 855. It’ll support LPDDR5 RAM, and it’ll be paired with a new 7nm 5G modem on future 5G devices. The 865 will also support screen with refresh rates of up to 144Hz, as well as camera sensors of up to 200-megapixels and 8K video.

Samsung update brings Watch Active2 features to earlier Watch models

  Samsung update brings Watch Active2 features to earlier Watch models Thinking about upgrading your Samsung Galaxy Watch to a Galaxy Watch Active2? You might want to hold off for now, as Samsung is rolling out an update that'll bring enhanced features to earlier-generation watches. This means that the Galaxy Watch and Watch Active will get the same user experience functionality found on their successor, the Watch Active2, including new health and Bixby features, as well as boosted customization options. AfterAfter downloading the update, which Samsung says is rolling out region-by-region, Galaxy Watch and Galaxy Watch Active users will be able to take better advantage of Bixby, using voice control to start exercise routines, find out the time differences between places and to control their Sm

From the Galaxy S 11 release date to the dimensions of the display, we' re going to collect everything we hear on this page, until the phone officially launches. Check back here regularly for the latest news and rumours on the next-generation handset from Samsung.

The Galaxy S 11 is several months away, but we’ve already seen a bunch of exciting rumors about Samsung’ s upcoming flagship phone. Camera performance seems to be the signature feature of the Galaxy S 11 series, considering all the recent leaks that have detailed several camera innovations

This brings us to Bloomberg’s newest report that claims Samsung plans to fight against the iPhone with a “big camera overhaul.”

The report says the Galaxy S11 will have a 108-megapixel sensor for the primary camera, something we’ve heard from other leakers in the past. Samsung happens to have announced a few weeks ago that it’ll provide exactly 108-megapixel sensors to smartphone vendors.

The Galaxy S11 will also feature three additional sensors on the back, including an ultra-wide-angle lens, and a 5x optical zoom lens, according to people familiar with the matter. Also, the handset should feature a Time-of-Flight (ToF) sensor on the back, which measures depth and can help with portrait photography and augmented reality apps. It just so happens that recent Galaxy S11 renders suggested the phones will have complex camera systems on the back, featuring multiple lenses arranged in novel patterns,

Galaxy A91 leaked renders show off the future of Samsung’s smartphone design

  Galaxy A91 leaked renders show off the future of Samsung’s smartphone design Samsung leaks have been popping up so frequently lately that they have been tough to keep up with, but when there are this many products in the pipeline, leaks are inevitable. Since late November alone, we've seen purported renders of the Galaxy S11, Galaxy S11+, and Galaxy S11e, giving us an early glimpse into Samsung's vision of the future. But another phone that could launch even earlier than those smartphones may have a shockingly similar design, and on Tuesday, leaker Steve Hemmerstoffer teamed up with 91mobiles to share its renders.© Provided by BGR Galaxy-A91 The phone you see pictured at the top of this page and in the video below is said to be the Galaxy A91.

The Samsung Galaxy S 11 Plus was always likely to have a big battery, but just how big This isn’t the only Samsung Galaxy S 11 news we have for you today either, as Bloomberg has also That’ s a little sooner than we’d expected to see the next Samsung Galaxy Fold, with other leaks pointing to April

The Samsung Galaxy S 10 display may have just been revealed, or its bezel at least – well, the lack of bezel. A new reveal has shown just how a true all screen display should look and we could see it released As previous rumours have suggested, this is the screen we' re expecting on the Galaxy S 10.

The report notes that the high-resolution sensor and 5x zoom camera — which might be of the periscope variety — will be added to the Galaxy Fold clamshell phone supposed to be unveiled in February, alongside the Galaxy S11.

Qualcomm’s new chip would support all these novel camera features.

Separately, known leakster Ice Universe posted an update on Twitter that seemingly confirms the massive battery of the Galaxy S11+. The phone will have a 5,000 mAh battery, which would be significantly bigger than the Galaxy S10+.

The added benefit of such a high-capacity battery would help Samsung power a 120Hz display, the leaker said. That’s something Ice noted time and again in the past, that the Galaxy S11 phones will have 90Hz or 120Hz screens.

What’s different, this time around, is that we know the Snapdragon 865 chip will support up to 144Hz refresh rates.

As for that battery, the Galaxy S11+ will probably support fast charging speeds of up to 27W, charging rates that happen to be supported by the new Snapdragon 865 processor.

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Samsung Galaxy Fold 2 could have an even sillier name than we expected .
Another leak regarding the new Samsung Galaxy Fold has brought forward yet another possible name for it.This new name is 'Samsung Galaxy Z Flip', which is probably our least favorite name for the new device yet, and it was brought up by esteemed leaker @UniverseIce. It's not clear where this information came from, but @UniverseIce tends to have a fairly good track record, which is why we're reporting on the leak in the first place.

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