Another Great phone coming up but I love this front design to the max
Enough of all this Wide-screen. We need something powerful and compact.. Just like the s8.
I don't like Curved edge screen. And I didn't bought Samsung since Note 5 because of this.
Please provide FLAT SCREEN for all models.
No some are more wide than tall. And some are just tall but not that wide.
It would be very beneficial for all U tubers . Since it is 5G supported, so
magnificent well. Thanks to SAMSUNG FOR LAUNCHING IT. OK
Sponge, 25 Nov 2019I think 48mp on a zoom lens is overkill for a smart phone, Huawei's P30 Pro packs a 16mp 5x pe... moreMaking the Ultrawide sensor as big as the main one is more desirable as they have done on the Huawei Mate 30 pro.
Nick Tagataka, 24 Nov 201948MP periscope lens with 5x optical zoom? That certainly sounds impressive, but is it physical... moreI think 48mp on a zoom lens is overkill for a smart phone, Huawei's P30 Pro packs a 16mp 5x periscope lens yet it produced already great "zoomed" photos.
I would've thought that a larger pixel count on an ultra wide would be more sought after by the consumer.
Anonymous, 22 Nov 2019S11 = 16,1 cm... This is the height of note 9. No thats a remote controle which when put into back pocket of my jeans and sat on breaks like chinese toy.
not for everyone, but i just let go of this stuff.
I parked my SGS9+ and bought an iPhone SE.. and am pretty happy with my choice. Display smaller, photos not as good etc.. but man having a small phone again is amazing.
If any new phone wants my money.. i want it to be small and easy in the pocket.. we have the tech now to do that.. strong CPU, good camera/battery in a 5 inch package. thats what i want.
Otherwise i hope my SE lasts a long time..
48MP periscope lens with 5x optical zoom? That certainly sounds impressive, but is it physically possible? Nonetheless as for S11 I'm more hyped up for the 120Hz display than its camera setup, hopefully Samsung will deliver all the promises.
Anonymous, 23 Nov 2019Well, I am quite OK with today's Samsung, actually - in fact, I think models like A3-2017 (my ... moreWell unlikely in my experience that it was any of their unique devices. Or more than a feature phone period in many places. I do get that now.
They ruined it for themselves by not releasing some devices more wide spread. Like the Omnia HD. But that paved for the Galaxy I guess.
Anonymous, 23 Nov 2019Even that's a misconception because other uis had little lags and issues the further you back ... moreNobody cares, it's super smooth now.
Never used stock Roms on my Galaxy/Note phones over the years.
Anonymous, 23 Nov 2019Um i agree with most except your blatant dislike of Samsung. They were just as much pioneers t... moreWell, I am quite OK with today's Samsung, actually - in fact, I think models like A3-2017 (my girlfriend's current one), S10e or A40 do have quite an appeal (if only there would be an A3-2020 in the same body... sigh :) ). But it's also true that when they started importing to my country in 2000 or shortly thereafter, their "new kid in the street" days were tough. I can acknowledge that they have had some wildly popular feature phones here, it's just that when you walked in a pub before, say, 2006, it was unlikely to see a Samsung in people's hands.
All good, but will it be able to make phone calls and texts and emails?
Anonymous, 23 Nov 2019This isn't galaxy ui from 5 years back. One ui is super smooth. Even that's a misconception because other uis had little lags and issues the further you back as well.