Samsung Galaxy S11 codenamed Picasso, Android Q, Camera upgrade and smaller punch-hole display

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Today, A reliable Chinese leaker Ice Universe on Twitter broke the news about Samsung’s much-anticipated smartphone to be called Galaxy S11 by saying, “the Samsung Galaxy S11 codenamed “Picasso” will have substantial camera upgrade (over Galaxy S10), running Android Q-based One UI 2.x system, and a smaller hole in the display. Other than that, rest of the specs are unknown.”

Earlier, there were reports that the Samsung Galaxy S11 will be equipped with a 64MP camera sensor on the back, which is a major upgrade over Galaxy S10. It will worth noting that the company has recently announced a new camera module with a 64MP ISOCELL Bright GW1 sensor. It is capable of producing 9,215 x 6,812-pixel images under normal lighting conditions, and the GW1 can join four pixels into one to multiply its photosensitivity using Samsung’s Tetracell technology and Remosaic algorithm. Samsung’s performance in the future of smartphone photography remains to be seen.

In regards, the Samsung Galaxy S10 accumulates a triple rear camera with 12MP + 12MP + 16MP sensor. it is powered by Snapdragon 855 chipset and runs on first-generation one UI based on Android 9 Pie. It features 6.1-inch QHD+ Super AMOLED display, that supports HDR10+ content and always-on display ability for certain tasks.

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