Samsung’s Galaxy S10 could soon be superseded and what’s coming next from Samsung looks hugely exciting.
The Korean technology firm usually unveils its latest and greatest flagship at the beginning of every year and 2020 looks set to be no different.
The Galaxy S11 rumours and leaks are already coming thick and fast with reports suggesting this device will feature a faster processor, refreshed design and better cameras.
However, perhaps one of the biggest and most welcomed changes to this new device could be coming to its battery.
According to a report via GalaxyClub, the next generation Galaxy S11 may arrive with a much bigger power pack tucked under the hood.
A leaked image has revealed what could power the smaller variant of the S11 range and it appears to be far larger than what is currently found in the S10e.
The photo clearly shows a battery with some very useful data written on its casing.
The current Galaxy S10e includes a 3,000mAh battery but if this latest leak is true, users of Samsung’s next small-screened S11 could get a battery with a capacity of around 3,800mAh.
It’s likely that if the entry-level option is getting more power then other devices in the range will also see a big boost in performance.
Apple recently improved the battery life of its iPhone 11 Pro range of phones and it’s unlikely that Samsung will want to be left behind in this important battle.
Along with that longer life, the Samsung Galaxy S11 could have a space-age new camera. According to the latest report from SamMobile, the South Korean company has codenamed its next camera “Hubble” after the largest space telescope ever launched
Samsung is rumoured to be looking to incorporate a 5x optical zoom to the next entry in its flagship Galaxy S series.
The South Korean company is likely to follow in the footsteps of other Android manufacturers and offer some kind of software-enhanced zoom on top of this to add even greater zoom.
Even the most expensive Samsung flagships currently only offer a maximum of 2x optical zoom. Zooming in any more than that is just a digital crop, which tends to produce some questionable quality, especially in low light.
Samsung is tipped to include a 108-megapixel sensor in the set-up should surely do the trick. That pixel-packed camera should mean you’ll be able to edit and crop to your hearts content, while still keeping enough sharpness that you could print the photo on a canvas for your wall and it would look pin-sharp.
There’s currently no word on an official release date of the Galaxy S11 but expect more news in the coming months.