We have written this article to tell you the latest news about the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S11. Keep reading if you’re as excited as we are about the launch of this smartphone.
The release of Samsung Galaxy S11 it’s supposed to happen on February 2020 and there are a lot of rumors about the fact that it will be a camera-focused smartphone.
What we know due to informational leak
Ice Universe, an alleged reliable source, shared some information on Twitter about the new Samsung Galaxy S11. First thing is that the smartphone will be codenamed Picasso following the previous tradition, Galaxy 10 being codenamed Da Vinci. Next, the leaker said that the camera will have a lot of improvements. People are speculating the most about the front camera and its substantial upgrade, but we’ll wait and see if everything we heard is true.
Rumors about the Android
There has been a lot of speculations about the version of the Android. Supposedly, Samsung Galaxy S11 will be equipped with the upgraded version of Android Q. We heard rumors about the fact that Samsung prepares the launch of One UI 2.0. However, Samsung Galaxy S11 will probably include the Android Q OS and the One UI.
Another rumor focus on the fact the S models of the smartphone will be equipped with RAM support, but nothing has been confirmed so far about this aspect.
More news and rumors will be revealed for sure in the future and we’ll report back. Until then, we’ll have to wait and hope that Samsung Galaxy S11 will rise to the expectations, that its camera will be improved and all the new features will be as exciting as we heard. We have to be careful because not every rumor turns out to be true and the sources are not 100% reliable all the time.
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