Samsung is all set to reveal its next flagship smartphone series, the Galaxy S11, around MWC next year, by the end of February. With less than four months to go for launch, Samsung Galaxy S11 leaks are all over the Internet giving us hints around what to expect from the company's upcoming flagship models. Here's a quick rundown of the most recent leaks.
According to a report by serial leakster Ice Universe, the Galaxy S11 has a "high probability" of sporting a 108MP rear camera sensor. If true, this will make it a big upgrade over predecessor Galaxy S10's 12MP rear camera. The leak is also in line with the barrage of 108MP camera phones that are expected in the coming months, starting with the Xiaomi Mi Note 10 that has already launched in China.
Apart from that, another leak suggests that the Galaxy S11e, successor to last year's Galaxy S10e. The leak reveals that the phone's battery is rated at 14.36 Wh. Given that a battery operates at 3.85V, we are looking at a 3,730 mAh capacity and a rated capacity of 3,900mAh. This is massive upgrade over the Galaxy S10e's 3100mAh battery.