The Galaxy S10 range took a leap forward in both design and optics prowess, but a tipster believes that the best is yet to come; in the form of the Galaxy S11 camera. While there’s a significant period left for Samsung to launch the Galaxy S11 series, it’s safe to say that if the Galaxy S10 family was impressive in your opinion, we’re excited to see what the upcoming lineup holds for customers.
Leakster Also States That if Users Want to Go for Their Next Smartphone Purchase Because of the Camera, They’ll Have to Skip the Note 10 Purchase
Ice Universe has shared on his official Twitter account that if users care about the smartphone camera, they should ignore the Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10 Plus. This can imply that the Galaxy S11 camera will be a ‘one of a kind’ introduction and that Samsung will not rely on just multiple shooters to improve smartphone photography. The leakster hasn’t mentioned the design of the upcoming flagship series either, but we’d still like to jog your memory.
A while back, we reported that Samsung is working on a technology that will allow the Korean giant to launch an all-screen smartphone, meaning that this could be the Galaxy S11 design. Companies like OPPO and Xiaomi have gone ahead with their prototypes featuring an under-display camera, but critics have stated that several iterations are necessary in order to create the best possible all-screen device. Samsung most likely doesn’t want to incorporate a technology that’s half-baked and will let it mature since an early implementation will result in unnecessary costs, so there’s a huge chance the company will launch the Galaxy S11 series bearing that punch-hole camera.
The S11 camera will bring something that has never been seen before. Samsung fans, if you care about the camera, please skip Note10
— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) August 26, 2019
Additionally, the company has reportedly developed a 5x periscope lens for unrivaled zoom capabilities in smartphones. Unfortunately, this technology has yet to show up in a Samsung-branded device. Hopefully, this will be one of the features belonging to the Galaxy S11 camera. Other implementations could include a 5nm EUV chipset, if we’re lucky, otherwise we’re looking at a 7nm EUV-made Snapdragon 865 and Exynos-equivalent.
For now, this is just the start of many tweets from the tipster, and as we move into 2020, we’ll get to know more information about the Galaxy S11 camera, and other details, so stay tuned.
News Source: Twitter (Ice Universe)