Saturday, September 14, 2019

Samsung s11 comes with 64 mp with quadcamera setup

Samsung s11 :-

The samsung s10 is incredible and also the samaung s11 specifications are also much much better than iphone 11 

Samsung's Galaxy S series is always one of the most anticipated smartphone releases year after year. Following a modest upgrade with the S9 series, 2019's Galaxy S10 lineup shook things up with an all-new Infinity-O design for the display, triple rear cameras, and even a third "budget" model.
In just a few short months, it'll be time for Samsung to take the wraps off of the Galaxy S11. The S11 has big shoes to fill, but knowing Samsung, it'll be up to the task.

Without further ado, here's everything we know about the Samsung Galaxy S11!
There is a new leakes about the samsung s 11 its comes with three variants in end of this year.

Most years, Samsung's Galaxy S lineup has consisted of two releases — the regular model and a Plus one. With the S10, however, Samsung shook things up by launching the Galaxy S10, S10+, and S10e.
Looking forward with the Galaxy S11, we're expecting Samsung to stick with that three-phone release. If the naming scheme also stays the same, that means we'll be getting the S11, S11+, and S11e.
Samsung tipster Ice Universe has noted that the codename for the Galaxy S11 is "Picasso", but that's about all we have to go on at the moment.
With the S10, Samsung also launched a fourth model in the form of the Galaxy S10 5G to offer access to 5G networks for early adopters in supported parts of the country. Seeing as how 5G should be much more widely available when the S11 comes out compared to the S10, it's possible we'll see 5G functionality included in the S11, S11+, and S11e by default with no need for a separate 5G one.
The new features are the audience wants 

the new Galaxy Note 10+ next to the Galaxy S10+, and we're showing it here as we're expecting Samsung to bring some of the Note 10's design cues over to the S11 early next year.

In regards to the display, the most significant difference with the Note 10 compared to the S10 is the fact that the camera cutout is now in the center of the screen rather than pushed to the far right. I expect we see something similar with the S11, and on July 29, Ice Universe sort of confirmed this by saying that the S11's "hole in display is smaller than Note 10"
It's also safe to assume that the S11 will come with three rear cameras (although the S11e may still be limited to two) and could see the addition of a time-of-flight sensor similar to what's found on the S10 5G.
No credible renders/leaked photos of the S11 have been seen quite yet, but as soon as that changes, we'll update this post ASAP.

Camera :-

Something else that seems inevitable is that the Galaxy S11 will have a seriously impressive camera package.
Back in May, Samsung unveiled its new camera sensor — capable of capturing 64MP images with an impressive pixel size of just 0.8μm and support for both real-time HDR and 480FPS video at 1080p Full HD.
The new sensor should be a massive improvement over the 12MP primary camera that's been present in all Galaxy flagships dating back to the S7, and on July 16, Samsung tipster Ice Universe tweeted, "starting from S11, Samsung camera will be a new beginning."
On the software side of things, SamMobile reported that the Galaxy S11 will ship with Android Q and One UI 2.1 out of the box.
Releasing date :-

For the last two years, Samsung's announced its Galaxy S phones in late February right before MWC. The Galaxy S10 was revealed on February 20, and the S9 had its unveiling on February 25.
With no reason to believe that Samsung is changing anything for the S11, it's safe to say we'll once again get a February announcement with pre-orders opening up shortly after.
Samsung sent out invites for the S10 Unpacked event a month prior in January, and that'll also probably be the case with the S11.

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