The Galaxy S10 was Samsung’s first flagship to make use of Infinity-O hole-punch screens, but not everybody liked the asymmetric display. The circular or pill-shaped display cutout sat near the top-right corner of the phone, rather than in the middle, housing up to two cameras and a depth sensor, depending on the model.
Samsung then came out with the Galaxy Note 10 in early August, utilizing a similar display. Only this time around, the hole-punch selfie camera is placed in the middle of the display, and only houses a single camera. Will Samsung be able to refine that design in any way? A new leak suggests that the Galaxy S11 will have an even better design, but you shouldn’t [...]
We’re still a few months away from the debut of Samsung’s next flagship, but over the past few days we’ve seen several credible leaks hit the web. Here are some credible details about the Samsung Galaxy S11 including its size, camera, and more.
LG may be the king of OLED displays when it comes to big-screen TVs, but it’s Samsung’s OLED tech that dominates the mobile market. Samsung’s screens are so good that they usually compete against themselves, with professional display reviewers always rating the latest Samsung OLED screen as the best in the industry, whether it’s stuck to a Samsung phone or the latest iPhone.
Come next year, the Galaxy S11 is expected to deliver an even better experience than its predecessor, though, thanks to a new technology that’s only just beginning to hit mainstream devices.
Samsung announced a 108-megapixel camera sensor for smartphones back in mid-August, the Isocell Bright HMX, which was design together with Xiaomi. That very sensor is now rumored to equip the Galaxy S11 phones next year, which would be a significant upgrade for the Galaxy S line, at least when it comes to megapixels. However, the first phone in the world to rock the 108-megapixel comes from Xiaomi, and the first samples are already here.