Samsung will reportedly hold an event where it will unveil its next-generation of Galaxy smartphones. The company is expected to announce the launch of Galaxy S11 series and Galaxy Fold 2 phones in February next year.
As per tipster Ice Universe, Samsung will hold an event on February 18 where it will unveil the latest smartphones. The launch event will be held in San Francisco, the same place where Samsung introduced its Galaxy S10 series. The Galaxy Fold 2 will be a clamshell foldable smartphone, which was teased during Samsung’s annual developer conference.
Meanwhile, The Elec reports that the Galaxy S11 series will be powered by the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 processor. The report highlights that the company is looking to bring the Snapdragon 865 variant to more markets. For those who are not aware, Samsung usually introduces the Snapdragon variant in markets like the US, China and Japan. However, markets like India gets the Exynos variant.
The report highlights that the European market will get the Exynos processor, while the rest of the market might get Snapdragon 865 processor. This could also mean that India might also get the Galaxy S11 with Snapdragon chipset. The report further highlights that the decision has been made due to a long gap between the performance of the Snapdragon chipset and Exynos chipset.
Previously, the battery capacity of the Galaxy S11 has been leaked online. The Samsung Galaxy S11 battery has been certified in Korea, which hints that the smartphone might come with 4,500mAh battery. The certification reveals the smartphone battery cell comes with EB-BG985ABY model number and the G985 number indicates the model number SM-G985 for the Galaxy S11. As per the certification, the Galaxy S11 is rate with a minimum capacity of 4,370mAh, while the typical value is listed at 4,500mAh.