Samsung may launch its Galaxy S11 series smartphones on this date

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And the rear panel, it looks like, won't be glass like the flagship Note 10 and will instead be a glasstic panel like the mid-range Samsung Galaxy A-series phones.

We knew we were likely going to get a Lite version of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 at CES this year, and in fact a full specs list plus official photos had already leaked. During the Galaxy Unpacked event, Samsung is expected to launch the alleged successor of Galaxy S10e, Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10 Plus. There is no rear fingerprint sensor to be seen, so it might mean that it's hanging out on the display. According to Israeli news site Girafa, the Samsung Galaxy S11 or Galaxy S20 (if recent rumours are to be believed) will launch on February 11 at an event in San Francisco, which is nearly two weeks before the MWC 2020 which is scheduled for February 24 in Barcelona.

The purported Galaxy S10 Lite is also reported to come with 8 GB RAM and 128GB of onboard storage that can further be expanded via a microSD card (up to 1TB). This goes in-line with what Samsung claimed a year ago that it's 2020 smartphones will get 64GB as the base variant instead of sticking to 32GB which is nearly nothing even if you are an average user. The device is powered by the company's own Exynos 7904 processor and runs Android 9.0 Pie operating system topped with Samsung's own One UI.

The new certification reveals the tablet will sport an 8.39-inch display and a 4,860 mAh battery with 15W fast charging. The camera will apparently have something called "tOIS", which is tilt-OIS, and it is said to have been achieved by allowing the lens to shift its position by an extra few degrees. The same smartphone with 64GB storage variant also received a price drop of Rs 1,000 last month.

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