Samsung’s Galaxy S11 will most definitely come equipped with the requisite hardware to handle 5G, which is good news not just for those wanting to buy the Galaxy S11 but for the entire industry because it sets the bar for hardware releases in 2020. The people have spoken and they expect 5G capability from their smartphones.
The Samsung Galaxy S11 does not disappoint in that regard.
Forbes has an article explaining what the specs tell us to expect from the forthcoming release:
That said, elsewhere we know Samsung is aiming high. Samsung is equipping its Galaxy S11s with a potentially groundbreaking camera codenamed ‘Hubble’ due to its extreme zoom capabilities. There will also be new shooting modes, a new design, big performance upgrades, next-gen memory, a supersized fingerprint sensor and a real crowdpleaser: much bigger batteries.
You can read all the news on the Samsung Galaxy S11 including what to expect from the hardware in the complete Forbes article, right here.
This is significant for a few reasons but mostly because that number is nearly 10 tens as powerful as current smartphone cameras.
It's a tremendous leap forward. But will it be the sort of leap which draws the attention of consumers?
High megapixel count doesn't necessarily mean better photos — Apple and Google use 12-megapixel cameras on their smartphones, and they're the best smartphone cameras you can currently find. Rather, it's good software and processing that is the key to making the iPhone 11 and Google Pixel 4 so good, including in low-light situations.