Week after week it becomes clear that we can’t get enough of the Samsung Galaxy S11, even though we are still three months away from its launch.
Most of the rumored information about Samsung’s February of 2020 flagship comes from decoding the beta One UI 2.0 software. It uncovered that the Galaxy S11 will have a 120Hz screen and a 108MP camera, along with features such as Director’s View, Night Hyperlapse and Vertical Panorama. The other rumors are based on unconfirmed info from the supply chain, which claims the Galaxy S11 will have slimmer bezels than the Galaxy Note10+, along with 25W fast charging.
Other rumors claim that the Galaxy S11 and S11+ will have 6.7-inch and 6.9-inch displays, while the S11e will have either a 6.2-inch or 6.4-inch screen. As for cameras the Galaxy S11 will boast a 108MP main camera, a 48MP telephoto with 10x lossless zoom, another telephoto with 5x optical zoom by way of a persicope design and an ultrawide to finish the setup.
In other Samsung-related news, the Galaxy A71 appeared in renders, revealing a quad-camera and an Infinity-O AMOLED. The other story is the announcement of the Star Wars Edition Galaxy Note10+.
The Motorola Razr foldable, which became official last week, will cost €1,600 in Europe and will go on pre-order on December 4.
The Realme 5s went official – the Realme 5 brings a new 48MP main camera and a red paint job, alongside an increase in the base storage.
Oppo showed off a complete redesign of its ColorOS. Now in its 7th iteration ColorOS brings rounded icons with a lighter palette, a refined system-wide dark mode, new animations, a new extreme night mode and super anti shake camera modes and much more. ColorOS 7 will premiere on the Oppo Reno3, which was teased at the event.
An alleged roadmap surfaced, suggesting there are 4 flagship Xperia smartphones and 3 midrangers coming next year.
The OnePlus 8 Pro could have a quad-camera setup and a dual selfie camera in the display itself, as per a leaked diagram.
The final big story was a live image leak of the Redmi K30, which confirmed a 120Hz screen and 30W charging.
See you next week!
A hidden setting was found in the latest Beta build of One UI that suggests a future device with support for higher refresh rates.