Prepare yourself as Samsung Galaxy S11 and S11 Plus are expected to launch in the first quarter of 2020, likely around mid to late February. Rumors say that Samsung Galaxy S11 Plus could have five incorporated cameras at the back of the phone.
The phone’s camera revealed to have 108MP high-resolution sensor in addition to a 5x optical zoom lens and a 3D time-of-flight (ToF) and a huge rectangle array. The news has us on edge even more than the Google Pixel 4 did. Samsung lovers, are you even that surprised?
Samsung’s quality policy statement reads: “We deliver, on the basis of an efficient quality system, the best products and services which conform to our customer requirements and expectations.”
If this new information is accurate, it will meet our expectations for sure. I guess we will have to wait and be convinced. Ice Universe has now leaked on Twitter a photo of the phone, therefore revealing the inclusion of a periscope lens.
More details on Samsung Galaxy S11 and S11 Plus leaked
The world’s first phone manufacturer to unleash a periscope style lenses after disclosing the tech at Mobile World Congress back in 2017, was Oppo. Since then, they have created a few phones that incorporate periscope style lenses.
An earlier tweet about Samsung Galaxy S11 Plus also revealed that the 108MP primary camera would combine nine pixels into one, resulting in a 2.4 micron/12MP image size.
Other Galaxy S11+ rumors that have been circulating include a 144Hz display, 5G support, and 5,000mAH battery. Obviously, at the moment, nothing is confirmed, but we may found out more after being released on the market, perhaps even at Mobile World Congress in early 2020.
According to the Samsung company, we can expect the price to be more than $1000 for a basic Galaxy S11 model and almost $2000 for the Galaxy S11 Plus version. But as we are already used to, we can probably anticipate a lot more leaks and additional rumors before then.