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I'm your guide Iyaz Akhtar and you are the most amazing audience in the world, it looks like the Samsung Galaxy S 11 has been photographed in the wild.
Take a look at this tweet by ice universe.
It says Galaxy S 11 in a leak proof case, get it there too low quality images.
One shows the back of the device with a big rectangular camera assembly.
The second image is hard to make out On the left is that rectangular camber assembly again, the images originated on Weibo.
Interestingly enough, the post says it was made on an iPhone 11 Pro.
Other than that it's not exactly easy to make out anything else.
If you've enjoyed your stay in Alphabet City, wait what?
I should talk more, okay.
There's also a new Bloomberg report on the S11.
It says that Samsung is overhauling its cameras for the S11.
The main camera would be 108 mega pixels.
This matches with a previous report from FDA developers From early November, I suniverse also said the S11 had a high probability of using a new 108 megapixel sensor.
The Bloomberg reports went on to say that the 108 megapixel camera will be joined by three more on the back.
There will be an ultra wide angle lens and a five times optical zoom developed by Samsung electro mechanics.
There would also be a time-of-flight sensor that helps with portrait pictures and augmented reality by handling depth detection.
The Bloomberg report also talked a little about the clamshell fold.
It would also get the big 108 megapixel sensor and the 5X zoom.
Back to the S11, Ice Universe has even more details They say that the Galaxy S 11+ uses a 5000 milliamp hour battery.
This could help usable time if the S 11, does have a display with 120 hertz refresh rate.
Can we talk a little bit about the design?
I'm gonna pretend like you said yes, here's some renders made by on leaks and cashCarol.com Ice universe says that this Galaxy S 11 plus rendering is wrong, or that key parts are wrong, the real design is more beautiful than this.
Now instead of criticizing the look of the camera assembly in its size, I'm just going to ask why are these things not centered on the phones?
Is there a physical reason Why the array can't be stretched out like the Samsung Galaxy S10+, the S10+ has an elegant layout of its rear cameras.
If you have answers, let me know, I'm very curious, not just being rhetorical here on the comment Cove.
Last time we talked about the upcoming Samsung clamshell fold and phone Mac Gyver wrote, Motorola: we're back in the game!
Samsung: duck hunt laughing.
Big Boss says, they neet to think bigger.
Think rollable not just foldable.
I bet they're working on that right now.
We received another comment that said, bro it's alphabet city so what about Sunder Pichai going from Google CEO to Alphabet CEO That is a good point.
I guessed it on CNET's daily charge podcast talking about the news.
Additionally, I plan on discussing Pachai as head of alphabet in a future episode.
Thanks to everyone for writing in, I'm Iyaz Ahztar and I'll see you online.
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