Samsung Galaxy S11 to Feature 108MP Camera With 5X Optical Zoom

Samsung Galaxy S11 to Feature 108MP Camera With 5X Optical Zoom

Samsung Galaxy S11 to Feature 108MP Camera With 5X Optical Zoom

A recent trademark filing suggested that it was trying to make the hinge look less conspicuous compared to the larger Galaxy Fold.

It is the year of the foldable phones and Samsung seems to be leading the pack.

The Galaxy Fold launched with its improved design back in September, and the company was teasing its next foray into foldables by October.

First spotted by mobile leaker Ice Universe, the images depict a clamshell-like device reminiscent of a traditional flip phone that folds up into a compact palm-sized phone, making it small enough to easily fit into a pocket.

Here's the thing, though: there is nothing that confirms that this is indeed the next-generation Galaxy Fold.

The first impressions you will probably get from checking out the images from WinFuture are that this Note10 Lite offers a flat screen experience like the Galaxy S10e, and in the upper middle of this OLED display is a single point punch-hole camera designed for selfie duties.

However, the Korea Herald also jumped on the speculation bandwagon earlier this month stating the handset is expected to cost $850 and will be unveiled sometime in February.

Samsung also has a habit of including different processors in phones so some regions may not see the Snapdragon powering their devices.

In regards to pricing, it's claimed today that the device will set European customers back €679 in most markets, although others with slightly lower taxes should be able to buy it for €669.

Opening the device reveals a tall aspect ratio display. The device does not seem to feature a 3.5mm audio jack.

The 2019 Motorola Razr generated loads of buzz despite its frankly mid-range specs, prompting Samsung to take the next leap forward and design its follow-up, which has been kept tightly under wraps.

The leak does have one good detail, the lack of a large screen on the "outside" of the phone.

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