As we welcome 2020, there will be lots to look forwards to – one of which is the mass 5G roll out. But besides that, we can also look forward to the annual releases of flagship devices. Despite that being a few months away, serial leakster Max Weinbach have given us a bit of insight into what the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S11 will be like.
The Exynos 9830 exists. In the latest One UI 2.0 beta for the S10, Samsung added support for the Exynos 9830 along with the Snapdragon 865. These will, of course, be used in the S11. pic.twitter.com/v2Bio1Hggf
— Max Weinbach (@MaxWinebach) October 27, 2019
Max had found data logs suggesting that the Exynos 9830 to be real – and that mean’s the Samsung Galaxy S11 will be the first device to use the flagship processor. For countries that get a Snapdragon with the Galaxy device, they can look forward to seeing the Snapdragon 865 too.
Another (exclusive) S11 leak(?). In the Face Service app, Samsung has started to work on the UX_Picasso. Essentially, the UX for the S11. In reality, it doesn’t say much about anything besides Samsung is actively working on facial recognition. pic.twitter.com/FNFrK158iu
— Max Weinbach (@MaxWinebach) October 28, 2019
In a separate post by Max, he also shows lines of code suggesting that the Galaxy S11 will feature 3D Face Unlock, which is not new, but it helps paint a better picture of the device. Adding to that are more data logs that hint at a notch or punch hole display, as well as support for 5G connectivity.
Being a 2020 device, a flagship should have a 5G variant, and it looks like the Galaxy S11 is no different. With the information we have now, we get a glimpse of what’s to come from Samsung, so we’re excited to welcome the new year and have these devices in our hands.