Connect with us


Samsung confirms that its Galaxy S11 series will launch on February 11



Samsung Galaxy launch event

One of the first flagship smartphones of the year will be the Samsung Galaxy S11 series. This is traditionally the first phone where we see the latest chip from Qualcomm. Therefore, the smartphones are also seen as a benchmark for the smartphones following it in the entire year. Talking about the Samsung Galaxy S11 series, we were not aware of its launch date as the company did not reveal them yet. But Samsung has no sent media invites to its February 11 event which is confirmed to be a Galaxy S11 series launch event.

Having said that, we are yet to be sure that the next Galaxy phones will be named as Galaxy S11 series. Because reports suggest that Samsung might want to name them as the Galaxy S20 series. Going forward, the next Galaxy S series and the Note series phones might be named as the Galaxy S20, S30 and the Note 20, Note 30 series. As far as the Galaxy S20 or the S11 series is concerned, we know that there will be three variants named as S11, S11+ and S11 Ultra. Also, reports suggest that 120Hz display will be the standard for all the devices in S11 series.

This means that we are likely to see all the smartphones this year with a 120Hz AMOLED display moving on from the 90Hz refresh rate panels we saw last year. This makes us think that 90Hz was a stopgap and 120Hz will be the industry standard as already seen from ROG Phone 2. Another fact is that the Galaxy S11 Ultra will be the best in mobile photography as we are likely to see four cameras with a 108MP resolution for the primary sensor. Another interesting leak reveals that the devices might offer an 8K video recording option for the first time ever which will be the first for any mobile device.

Adeel Younas is the founder and Editor-in-Chief of TechWafer, the leading source of tech news, information & resources for the Connected Generation.

Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.