Samsung Galaxy S11 Fresh Leaks Indicate Snapdragon 865, Exynos 9830 Chipset

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Galaxy S11 is the next flagship smartphone series expected from Samsung next year. The South Korean giant is likely to introduce its next-generation 'S' series during CES next year. With the year 2019 almost finished, the leaks surrounding next year's launches have already started making rounds. The Galaxy S11 series is not left behind. In the latest developments, some of the specifications have been tipped. Following are the details:

Samsung Galaxy S11 New Leaks Indicate Snapdragon 865, Exynos 9830 SoC

 

Samsung Galaxy S11 Processor Details Leaks Online

The Samsung Galaxy S11 is said to make use of a Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 or an Exynos 9830 chipset depending on the market. The Snapdragon 865 processor is yet to be launched, but is said to be more powerful than the existing Snapdragon 855+ mobile platform.

The information on the processor of the Galaxy S11 has been tipped by Max Weibanch from XDA via Twitter. Weinbach further indicated at up to three different models of the Galaxy S11 with one being 5G-enabled. The tweet doesn't give out any specifics on the remaining internals like camera, display, or battery. But, it does indicate UFS 3.0 storage and LPDDR5 RAM.

The Samsung S series is well known for its top-of-the-line hardware. Therefore, it wouldn't be wrong to assume triple/quad-rear cameras, up to 12GB RAM and an expandable internal storage option.

In the past, the Galaxy S11 has been tipped with a 108MP primary camera sensor and a periscope-style camera setup similar to the Oppo Reno 10x zoom. Additionally, the primary camera sensor is said to deliver good low light images by capturing more light via 1/1.33-inch sensors.

 

The device might offer a 6.7inch AMOLED display panel with a pixel density of 526 PPI and 1440 x 2340 pixels resolution. Samsung might use a 4,000 mAh battery for the Galaxy S11 backed with both wireless and fast charging technology. More information about the Galaxy S11 series is likely to surface in the coming days.

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