The Galaxy S11 could be the Samsung phone that will radically change the company's mobile device line both in terms of design and capabilities. The latest rumors about devices suggest that we will have to deal with a battery with a much larger capacity, across the range of devices, along with a much improved camera, capable of delivering a much better zoom than the optical 2x. from S10 and Note10.
On the battery side, Samsung seems to be preparing much larger capabilities for the Galaxy S11. For example, the company has received certification for a battery with the model number EB-BG980ABY in South Korea, which offers a capacity of 14.36 Wh at 3.85 V, ie with a "typical" capacity of 3,800 mAh or 3,900 mAh . This battery should be the one ready for the Galaxy S11e, the smallest of the new devices.
Given the S100e's 3,100mAh upgrade, we could expect increased autonomy, but not with very much. S11 models are expected with 5G modems, which consume more than the current 4G. Likewise, there is the possibility of integrating a 90 or 120 Hz display, which will surely consume more battery. However, the Exynos 990 processor should be significantly more efficient in terms of consumption, so there should still be an autonomy upgrade in normal use.
When it comes to superior models, there is already a rumor suggesting that The Galaxy S11 + could deliver "close to" 5,000 mAh capacity, the highest on a Samsung phone so far. Given these values, the Galaxy S11 would probably come with a battery of about 4,500 mAh.
We don't have much new information in terms of cameras, but LetsGoDigital has discovered a trademark of Samsung that it will use in Europe called : Space Zoom. This could be a function that the "Hubble" camera will use, its official description being "a software capability that magnifies a subject without diminishing the quality". It was already rumored that Samsung will most likely use a zoom sensor equipped with a periscope lens, similar to the one on the Huawei P30 Pro. In addition, the primary photo sensor could be a second-generation 108-megapixel Samsung HMX Bright, better than the one used by Xiaomi on the Mi CC9 Pro Premium Edition, which is now considered as performance-friendly as the 40-megapixel camera. on Huawei Mate 30 Pro.
All this information is currently being rumored and speculation based on unconfirmed information. However, with a redesigned design, along with more powerful hardware and more powerful cameras, the Galaxy S11 series may prove to be the long-awaited upgrade by fans who haven't had much reason to upgrade since the Galaxy S8 series. .