The Samsung S11+ National Bank version has appeared in the National Quality Certification Center.
According to the latest information from the National Quality Certification Center, Samsung’s new 5G model SM-G9880 has obtained 3C certification. It also comes standard with an EP-TA800 charger. 3C supports 25W charging output. We also know that the machine should be Samsung National Bank version of the S11+.
The Samsung Galaxy S11 series three new models has begun testing of the National Bank firmware. All support dual-mode 5G networking. Although the Samsung S11+ now has a 25W charging head as standard, it may follow the Samsung Note 10+’s approach. Users can purchase 45W super fast charging heads for faster charging speed.
According to previous reports, the Samsung S11+ will sport a 6.9-inch curved screen, not only supporting 2K+ resolution and 20:9 aspect ratio but also 120Hz refresh rate. Equipped with the Snapdragon 865 processor and X55 baseband chip, the Samsung S11+ also has the strongest camera configuration in the series. The 100-megapixel main camera not only has a 1/1.33 inch outsole but also it will be paired with a 48MP lens. The focal lens and periscope lens design support 5x optical zoom and 100xs digital zoom. It will sport a 5000mAh battery, a 12GB LPDDR5 memory, and a storage capacity of 256GB/512GB/1TB.
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The device bearing a nearly equivalent style quantity (SM-G986) a short time in the past at the Geekbench database. The handset scored 427 in the single-core test and 2,326 in the multi-core test. Furthermore, the Geekbench has additionally showed that the device will run on Android 10 out of the box, and it can run on an octa-core chip with a 1.95GHz clock speed. Thus, it should be the Exynos 9830 chipset.
According to previous reports, the Samsung S11+ will be officially released on February 18 next year with S11 and S11e.