This year, perhaps the Galaxy S10 series has achieved great success in terms of effects as well as high purchasing power. Next year, Samsung is expected to continue with the launch the Galaxy S11 series and this will continue to be an additional flagship and upgrade of what the previous generation doesn't have.

Even though there is no much information about this device yet, but recently, PhoneArena has just released a series of concept images of this model.

The Galaxy S11 will debut during the design transition phase of the standard bar-state smartphone market that has been pushed to its limits, while the foldable form factor seems to be the future ahead.

The bezel will continue to be thinner, however. According to some recent sources, Samsung is working on a hidden camera solution under the screen but this feature will not launch on the S11 series.

Concerning the Galaxy S11, Samsung is rumored to be working on a larger camera sensor with a resolution of 108 MP. Not only that, the Galaxy S11 may also have a telephoto camera that uses a "periscope" zoom method just like the Huawei P30 Pro to bring 5x optical magnification. Hence, it also has a 4th camera sensor located below to measure depth when taking portraits.

The Galaxy S11 is expected to feature a spectrophotometer, a device that uses infrared light to analyze the chemical composition of an object. It works by shining infrared light on the object and reading the value of the reflected energy waves to determine what the object is made of.

However, this is a technology that NASA has used for decades to determine the chemical composition of stars and distant planets, shrunk only to fit in one machine.

Spectrophotometers have many potential uses, the main of which is health monitoring. For example, you can point it to a piece of fruit and get information about its nutritional value, or into a glass of wine to determine what it is and the alcohol content of it.

Another possible application that photography enthusiasts will surely enjoy might be a skincare application that can read skin moisture to provide real-time analysis and advice on how to take better care of your skin.

The Galaxy S11 will still have an Infinity-O display like the Note 10 and S10 before it. However, this time the hole will be smaller than on the S10 and centered as Note 10. For the bezels, they may be thinner. Rumors suggest that Samsung intends to warp the edges of the Galaxy S11's screen, which is one of the methods to create seemingly thinner bezels.

Finally, the Galaxy S11 series is expected to come in colorful colors and still be able to retain the gradient gradation effect like the previous generation.


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