Samsung Galaxy S11 illustration

Leaked Date of Launch of Samsung Galaxy S11 and Galaxy Fold 2

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It seems that February became an interesting month for loyal fans of Samsung. Because Samsung is rumored to be releasing a new flagship mobile phone Galaxy S11 that month. This news emerged from the @ UniverseIce leak on Twitter. According to him, the launch will be carried out in San Francisco, California, on the 18th of February 2020.

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This launch is the same as the launch of the Galaxy S10 which was done on February 20, 2019 in San Francisco before. Not only the Galaxy S11 line, @UniverseIce said that at the same time Samsung will also release the latest Galaxy Fold folding screen phone.

Unlike the previous series, the latest Galaxy Fold model which will be released next year is allegedly going to have different folds. If previously the first Galaxy Fold series was folded to resemble a book, the latest model next year will carry a clamshell design or like a shell. This design is similar to the Motorola Razr which some time ago was introduced.

“Samsung Electronics will tentatively launch the Galaxy S11 series and clamshell folding screen phones in San Francisco, USA on February 18, 2020,” he wrote.

Quoted from Sammobile, Friday (12/13/2019), if the prediction date misses, it is likely that the Galaxy S11 will be launched in the third week in February. Because Samsung usually holds the launch of the latest Galaxy series titled Samsung Unpacked before the Mobile World Congress (MWC) event starts every year. MWC 2020 itself will be held in Barcelona, ​​Spain on February 24 to February 27, 2020.

A number of leaks regarding the specifications of the Galaxy S11 have also appeared in cyberspace. Some say that this phone will have the ability to record 8K videos. In addition, the camera series on the Galaxy S11 is also predicted to have optical zoom capability up to 5x. The sensor is also predicted to be 108 megapixels. It is said that is why the camera is called by the code name “Hubble”, referring to telescopes in space.

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