Samsung Galaxy S11 is the next flagship that people are waiting for. While some reports have already discussed the features of the upcoming smartphone line-up, some specifications have been confirmed by various certification platforms. In the latest development, a Geekbench listing has shown what hardware the Galaxy S11 will have under the hood. It shows that the phone will be powered by the Exynos 9830 chipset coupled with 12GB of RAM.
A variant of the Galaxy S11 with model number of SM-G968B appeared on the Geekbench benchmarking platform scoring 427 points on single core and 2326 points on multi-core. The listing shows that the processor is the Exynos 9830, which is another name of the recently-launched Exynos 990 flagship chipset integrated with 5G modem. The listing also reveals that the phone is running on the Android 10 OS.
Previously, a certificate from China’s 3C agency revealed that the Galaxy S11 will have a 25W fast charger in the box. Apart from this, a major change that we can see is the 108MP camera. Samsung has developed an 108MP image sensor that was recently used in the Mi Note 10. A report had claimed that the Galaxy S11 will come with 8K video capture, director’s view, night hyperlapse, vertical panorama and other custom filters. There is no information about the number of camera sensors on the phone.
The Galaxy S11 is also expected to come with 120Hz refresh rate screen, and with 4G and 5G capabilities. Noted tipster Evan Blass claimed that the smallest and middle models are expected to come with 4G and 5G capabilities, the high-end version will only be 5G. In the US the phone is expected to debut with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865.