Samsung's next flagship model launch event will be held on February 11
It is clear that a new product launch event will be held on February 11, 2020, where Samsung's next flagship model "Galaxy S11" (tentative name) will be announced.
Samsung confirms Galaxy S11 event for February 11th-The Verge
Samsung has announced on its official Twitter account that it will launch a new Galaxy brand product in Los Angeles, USA on February 11, 2020.
— Samsung Mobile (@SamsungMobile) January 5, 2020
What is expected to be announced during the event is Samsung's flagship terminal “Galaxy S10"The Galaxy S11 will be the successor model. However, the overseas media The Verge has changed the naming method of the Galaxy series, saying that there is a possibility that the next model will be announced as Galaxy S20 instead of Galaxy S11.
Samsung is also the company's first foldable smartphone.Galaxy FoldThis is likely to be announced, as it is clear that the company is developing a vertical folding smartphone next to "
In addition, as leak information about Galaxy S11, the next flagship terminal of Samsung, we will handle accurate leak information of mobile devices@OnLeaksIs affiliated with91MobilesHas released the "Rendered Image of Galaxy S11".
(Exclusive) Samsung Galaxy S11 renders reveal advanced camera setup and repositioned hole-punch | 91mobiles.com
Galaxy S10 has an in-camera located at the top right of the displayPunch hole type displayThe biggest feature of the Galaxy S11 is that the position of the in-camera moves to the center of the upper part of the display. The upper and lower bezels appear to be thinner than the Galaxy S10, but the left and right bezels appear almost unchanged.
According to the leak information, the terminal size is 161.9 mm long x 73.7 mm wide x 7.8 mm thin, and the thickness of the rear camera part is 8.9 mm. Up to five sensors are mounted on the rear camera part, three of which are regular cameras, one is 3D TOF cameraHowever, details of the remaining one sensor are unknown.
In addition, Samsung has been rumored to shift the display refresh rate to 120 Hz from the next flagship model, and to be able to shoot 8K movies in addition.