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Samsung Galaxy S11+ Specifications Tipped on Geekbench Laser Autofocus System Rumoured

Universe Samsung Galaxy S11 series may be equipped with a laser autofocus system

So far, we know that Samsung has plans to use a 108MP sensor for the main camera, and the rumors also point to a 5X optical zoom and laser autofocus. Whereas introduced as a characteristic bullet level, that has developed into a legal security responsibility for this year's Samsung flagships and it might drive the world's largest smartphone maker to desert ship rapidly. A display camera hole is included in the package as well, and it is centered at the top of the display.

One of those cameras on the back will be a new 108-megapixel sensor by Samsung. The Galaxy S11 features a triple camera setup in a similar look as the Galaxy S11. According to a report by the company, its Galaxy S10 series now after the next generation Galaxy S11 series of smartphones to launch is preparing.

The leaked renders reveal that the Galaxy S11 Plus will have features separating it from its predecessors, including Samsung's current flagship, the Galaxy S10 Plus. All five cameras, along with an LED flash, are placed in a rectangular protuberance.

Samsung Galaxy S11+ 6.9-inch dynamic AMOLED display may be given, which is 120Hz of refresh rate with Will.

The renders show off the white - possibly pearl white - variant of the alleged Galaxy S11+. The power button and volume rocker keys are placed on the right edge, leaving the left edge completely blank. Like a mix of Google Stadia and Steam Link, this feature would let users play games installed on their PC from their phone, be it on the same local network or even via 4G/5G connectivity. The phone's dimensions are given as 166.9 x 76 x 8.8 millimeters (10.2 millimeters including the camera bump). The base has a usual USB Type-C port and speaker grille. In an article published in T3, while it is still unconfirmed, Samsung Galaxy S11 will be the centerpiece of gadgets in 2020.

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