Samsung’s flagship Galaxy S10 and Note 10 series devices are already launched for 2019. Now, what Samsung fans are waiting for is the new S series beauty unveiling next year, which may include Galaxy S11e, S11, S11+, and S11 5G. As of now, nothing has leaked out regarding the hardware of these devices, with a definite nod. But recently, a report by Sammobile revealed a date regarding the S11 series’ first launch. As per the report, we will see the Galaxy S11 lineup in its full glory during the third week of February 2020, probably February 18, when Samsung holds the expected event in San Francisco.
The device is strictly under development by Samsung, and no confirmed specification of the next Galaxy S device is out yet. However, there have been some unofficial tips about this device. But these are all rumors, so take it all with a pinch of salt, as we might not see similar specifications when the phone launches. According to a report by The Elec, the Samsung Galaxy S11 will come with Samsung’s very own 108MP ISOCELL HMX sensor. It is tipped to have a periscope-style camera module at the rear, providing an optical zoom of 5 times. With improved OIS, Samsung will try to deliver distortion-free long-range photos on the Samsung Galaxy S11 device. On top of it, Samsung’s 5x optical zoom facilitating hardware is said to be very slim. So we can rest assured that it will maintain a slim form factor despite having such an advanced mobile camera.
From the software point of view, since OneUI 2.0 is expected to debut in November this year, we can expect OneUI 2.1 in the next Samsung Galaxy S device. We won’t see the Galaxy S11 until Q1 of 2020. This new OS will come with all Android 10 features and additional Samsung features if the company likes it. The purported Galaxy S11e, S11, S11+, and S11 5G are expected to be powered by Qualcomm’s next flagship processor- the Snapdragon 865.
However, there have also been rumors recently suggesting that we might see a merger of the Note and S series of Samsung as the Fold series starts to make its way into the market. This means we might see the next flagship from Samsung with an S-pen. These rumors suggest that if this happens, we will have a brand new Samsung Galaxy One device.