Samsung Galaxy S11/S20 – What to expect from Samsung’s latest Galaxy smartphone?

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A lot of rumours are seen hovering over Samsung’s latest Galaxy S series smartphone. With all the leaking news and stories, it seems like Samsung is going to break its regular pattern of coming up with a series of smartphone models after Samsung S10 plus and jump directly to number 20. 

Is there going to be Samsung Galaxy S11?

This remains doubtful. As the days are passing by, it’s becoming quite apparent that Samsung is naming it S20 in alignment with the current year 2020. Of course, everything will be confirmed on February 11th event, the Samsung Galaxy S20 launch date; but all the signs are definitely pointing towards a significant change, and Samsung could go with S20.

Early reports seem to be backed up with the series of smartphone’s pictures surfacing on the internet, and it looks like the company is going to release five different models of the smartphone. We’re expecting the Samsung Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20 5G, Galaxy S20 Plus, Galaxy S20 Plus 5G and Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G. 

Samsung Galaxy S11/S20 Specification

The smartphone is flatter in looks but similar to what Note 10 looks like. There’s a full-screen display with a camera hole punched at the centre of the smartphone. However, the back of the smartphone has a four-camera setup, and we’re expecting Samsung to omit the curved display like its previous models. 

According to one recently published information by XDA Developers, Samsung Galaxy S11/S20’s camera comprises 12 MP primary camera, 12MP ultra-wide camera and a 64 MP telephoto camera.  

In general, the camera feature of Samsung Galaxy S11/S20 is undoubtedly going to be a significant upgrade compared to earlier smartphone models. 

Apart from this, the smartphone is supposed to have 12GB of memory, Ultrasonic FP scanner and longer battery life. 

Whatever the model name of the smartphone may be, we’re expecting Samsung to deliver big. For the best offers on the Samsung Galaxy S11 or Samsung Galaxy S20, head over to Jumbo electronics