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6 Features to see in Galaxy S11
6 Features to see in Galaxy S11

Samsung’s next giant flagship is the Galaxy Note 10, which is already there. Although it already has so many exciting features for us, it cannot stop you from looking further ahead into the future. Here are the 6 Features to see in Galaxy S11.

Specifically, when it comes to daydreaming about what Samsung is in store for us in early 2020 with the Galaxy S11, speculations and wish lists are countless.

The Samsung Galaxy S11 series is expected to be the next flagship line-up from Samsung, one that’s most likely going to be launched at MWC 2020 in Barcelona. And with barely a few weeks to go for its launch, leaks and rumours have started to come thick and fast.

The lineup is expected to feature three new phones and bring to the market new features as well as industry-leading specifications and a design that’s at least an improvement if not a completely refreshed take on the Galaxy S10’s.

The most important launch of the coming year for Samsung, there is a lot that’s expected from the Galaxy S11 series. Ahead of its launch, let’s take a look at the rumours and leaks which currently range in the plenty surrounding the device.

Let’s take some time to speculate on the features we’d like to see in the upcoming phone.

6 Features to see in Galaxy S11

1. 90Hz display

90Hz-display
90Hz-display

When it comes to the display, a 90Hz display would make it a better device.

Many of the smartphones in 2019 display the traditional 60Hz refresh rate, and while there’s nothing technically wrong with that, higher refresh rates would be better.

2. Centralized Camera Cutout

Centralized-Camera-Cutout
Centralized-Camera-Cutout

Although the Galaxy S10 already has thin bezels, and a cutout for the front-facing camera has a role to play in this, better if it can have a hole-punch design. While it doesn’t look bad on the S10, it’d be better if the camera can be moved from the right corner to the centre on the S11.

Although it’ll not provide any difference in its function, it would bring some nice symmetry to the S11’s design.

3. Improved Cameras

Improved-Cameras
Improved-Cameras

Samsung is already one of the undisputed leaders with its smartphone cameras, but over the years, it’s lagged to the likes of Google and Huawei. Although it is still not bad, there are better options out there.

It should have a jaw-dropping camera on the Galaxy S11, and it looks like there’s a good chance of that happening.

In the past May, last year, Samsung introduced an all-new 64MP camera sensor that can capture 480 FPS video at a crispy 1080 Full HD. This new sensor is yet to make an appearance in any of Samsung’s smartphones, and the S11 could be a good choice.

4. Improved Wired Charging

Improved Wired Charging
Improved Wired Charging

We already have witnessed some impressive feats in the smartphone market regarding charging speeds. Like, OnePlus’s 30W Warp Charge system gets the OnePlus 7 Pro and Huawei’s P30 Pro have improved its charging speed.

We would expect to bring the same improvement with the S11.

5. Without Bixby

Without-Bixby
Without-Bixby

It would be great if the Bixby button is removed from the phone. Although Samsung has made things better with the remap feature, still it’s great if it disappears altogether.

6. Bigger battery

Bigger battery
Bigger battery

While there are conflicting reports on this front, it is expected that the Pro variant of the Galaxy S11 could come with a battery with a maximum capacity of 5000mAh. Now considering that this number is almost 700mAh more than the Note 10 Plus which itself provided impressive battery life, expect the S11 Pro to be a beast when it comes to battery endurance.

As for the other two phones that are rumoured to launch alongside the S11 Pro, the base S11 is being said to get a battery pack around the 3500mAh mark, while the S11 Plus could get a pack with a capacity of holding a maximum 4000-4100mAh charge. The three models will also come with support for 45W Super Fast charging. This should definitely help Samsung take on the growing threat from OnePlus and Oppo.

Synopsis

That’s what we all would like to see in the Galaxy S11, but your choice could be different! You may share your point about what you want to see most in Samsung’s first flagship for 2020?

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