Samsung is currently working on its next flagship phone, the Samsung Galaxy S11. Over the past few months, there have been leaks and rumors flying around about the device. Even though the launch is still a while away, the phone continues to be a center of discussion.
The Samsung Galaxy S11 has now appeared on GeekBench. So, we now have some of the details of the device. The GeekBench listing shows the Galaxy S11 with model number SM-G968B.
The device features the Exynos 9830 chipset with a base frequency of 1.95GHz. The Exynos 9830 chipset is simply Samsung’s all-new Exynos 990 flagship SoC. It comes with eight cores and supports 5G connectivity.
The GeekBench listing of the Galaxy S11 also reveals that it will run on Android 10. The device comes with a whopping 12GB of RAM. Benchmark-wise, the smartphone scored 427 in the single-core test and 2326 in the multi-core test.
Samsung Galaxy S11 expected Features and Specs
We believe that the Samsung Galaxy S11 will come in three variants – the Galaxy S11e, the regular Galaxy S11, and the Galaxy S11 Plus. That is if Samsung does not eventually include a Galaxy S11 Lite like the S10 Lite anyway.
The Galaxy S11e may come with a 6.4-inch display with the regular S11 coming in at 6.7 inches and the S11 Plus enjoying 6.9 inches of display. Samsung may bring in a 120Hz refresh rate like the OnePlus 8 Pro on the Galaxy S11 series. From previous leaks, the front camera may sit at the center towards the top of the device.
The Samsung Galaxy S11 will come with quad-rear camera setup. The primary shooter will be a 108MP lens while the secondary will be a 48MP shooter. It will feature 10x lossless zoom and up to 100x hybrid zoom. In the aspect of charging, the Galaxy S11 will support 25W fast charging.
If previous speculations are anything to go by, then Samsung will launch the Galaxy S11 on February 11, 2020. However, we can only keep waiting for official information from the company.