Samsung's Galaxy S10 was recently found by an unsuspecting user who has a major security flaw. Obviously, under the right conditions, it is possible to unlock your smartphone using any fingerprint in addition to the one stored on the device. This is a big mistake from Samsung and the company has promised to make amands. Now that 2019 is about to end, it's time to start looking at what to expect from the Galaxy S11 range. Today, we have the supposed code names of smartphones, so take a look below for more details.
Galaxy S11 internal code devices are expiring, suggesting that next year we will receive three new 5G devices on board.
Samsung has chosen to redesign the design and format of the Galaxy S range with the S10 smartphones. In addition, to expand the scope of the model, the company also introduced a new device called the S10e. It now looks like Samsung will continue to launch three devices as part of its flagship smartphone range.
According to a report from China, the Korean tech giant will launch three new Galaxy S smartphones next year. All variants of devices destined for South Korea will have 5G connectivity. The devices, as you would expect, are tentatively called the Galaxy S11e, Galaxy S11, and Galaxy S11 Plus.
Below are the device names and their code names:
- S11e 5G (SM-G9810)
- S11 5G (SM-G9860)
- S11 + 5G (SM-G9880)
The big reveal in this report is the 5G support for the Galaxy S11e. Samsung became one of the first smartphone makers to launch 5G on their smartphones last year. The move gave enough time to gather real data on the use of 5G and allowed its South Korean customers to take advantage of the technology. Compared to the US, South Korea is ahead in its 5G deployment, with Samsung networking playing a major role in the launch.
We currently have some specific details to report on the specifications of the Galaxy S11 range. However, the whisper of the rumor mill and the natural advances in technology allow us to make educated guesses. Therefore, it is estimated that the S11 will feature a 5x optical and 10x lossless, EUV chip and 5G connectivity chips. The devices will also use Samsung's latest M10 display. Now only if you leak for the devices because a regular thing. Finally, wait for confirmation before accepting these details as set out in stone.
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