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The Samsung Galaxy S11 Series Has Entered the Software Testing Phase

The Samsung Galaxy S11 Series Has Entered the Software Testing Phase

As usual, Samsung is set to update its flagship Galaxy S series again in early 2020. Recently, news has once again been circulating about the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S11. 


Although it's still a few months away, there's already a lot that can be learned about the new device.

It is reported that the Samsung Galaxy S11 will be available in three models: Galaxy S11e, Galaxy S11, and Galaxy S11+.


The Korean versions of the three models will be equipped with Samsung's own Exynos 9830 processor, while the Chinese and US versions are expected to be powered by the unannounced Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 flagship SoC.


Samsung is also set to launch 5G models. According to reports, Samsung is likely to use the Qualcomm Snapdragon X55 modem, and all three models will support 5G. There is no word yet on whether a 4G version will be available.


According to the chief editor of XDA Developers, Samsung's upcoming Galaxy S11 series has now entered the software development, deployment, and testing phase.

In other words, the Samsung Galaxy S11 series has begun the next stage of development. More news shall be made available as development continues.


Moreover, it has been previously reported that Samsung is considering launching its high-end S series and a Lite version of its Note series. This version will have a more affordable price and compete with Apple's iPhone 11 in corresponding fields.


Another recent report has revealed the corresponding parameters.

According to reports, the Galaxy S10 Lite is likely to have a Snapdragon 855 SoC, 8GB of RAM, a 4500mAh battery, and supports 45W fast charging. 

The front has a 6.7-inch hole-punch screen, and the overall design is similar to the Galaxy S10. Meanwhile, the overall specifications are similar to those of the Samsung Galaxy A91.


However, although there have been reports that Samsung will launch these two models, so far, there has been no official response. If the rumored configuration is true, the phone should be announced by the end of this year.











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