This may be Samsung’s biggest battery flagship smartphone yet
- Author: Delia Davidson Dec 10, 2019,
Dec 10, 2019, 0:27
The device is also going to feature a 3,730 mAh battery, and a triple camera on the rear.
Furthermore, if we look back to previous rumours claiming that the Galaxy S11 could get a 144Hz display, 5G support, and a massive 5,000 mAh battery life, we could be looking at one of the most impressive Galaxy phone launches in recent history. We've already heard that this is set to be a 108MP snapper, but according to noted Twitter leaker @UniverseIce, it won't be the 108MP sensor we were expecting, but a completely different one. This should be producing better images than what we're having now.
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Ice Universe notes that this supposed custom 108MP camera is the same size as the ISOCELL Bright HMX sensor seen on the Mi Note 10 and Mi Mix Alpha (1/1.33-inch). This leak came from China's 3C certification website, where a phone as Galaxy S11 is spotted.
While other phones like Huawei's P30 Pro and Oppo's Reno 10x Zoom have sported 5x optical zoom lens before, none of them have readily been available in the USA, which would give Samsung a significant advantage over competing phones from Apple, Google, and others.
The pictures, also shared by @UniverseIce, show someone scrolling the screen and taking a picture on what looks to be a pretty chunky phone. Even so, and although there are only three weeks left until December ends, Samsung keeps a few phones waiting. Also that Samsung has chose to renew the most powerful range of 2019 with two Lite versions, as we have seen previously filtered. Further, a 108MP primary sensor with other rear sensors, the Galaxy S11 series is said to be the real modern phone of the future. The tech giant has established a tradition of announcing their new Galaxy phones in February, so we are waiting for 2020.