Samsung Galaxy S11+

Samsung Galaxy S11+

Samsung Galaxy S11 discharge date and cost

We saw the Samsung Galaxy S10 discharge close by the Samsung Galaxy S10e and Galaxy S10 Plus in late February 2019. Since Samsung will in general discharge its telephones in yearly cycles, we hope to see the Samsung Galaxy S11 discharge in February or March 2020.

Samsung Galaxy S11+
That may mean we catch wind of it at MWC 2020, or it might be a touch prior as two gossipy tidbits propose we may see it on February 18, conceivably close by the Samsung Galaxy Fold 2. Another source in the mean time has guaranteed it could arrive on February 11. It's very ahead of schedule to catch wind of a real dispatch date however, so we'd take the two dates with a major spot of salt.


The Galaxy S10 cost $899/£799/AU$1,349 for its least expensive stockpiling size, and went as far as possible up to $1,149/£999/AU$1,699, when it discharged.

We would expect the Samsung Galaxy S11 cost to be a little increment on this, as the Galaxy S10 was pricier than the Galaxy S9.

Contemplating the standard cost increments on Galaxy S handsets between ages, we'd hope to see it cost around $1,000/£900/AU$1,500 for the least expensive form, and significantly more for more memory.



Having said that, we're discussing the standard Galaxy S11 here, however talk proposes there may be a Samsung Galaxy S11 Lite (on the off chance that it doesn't dispatch prior as the S10 Lite), in which case there may be a less expensive alternative for purchasers who don't have a great to spend on a cell phone.

What's more, going with the dispatch of the Galaxy S11 may be new premium remote earbuds to equal the Apple AirPods Pro called the Samsung Galaxy Buds+. Given the first Galaxy Buds were presented close by the Galaxy S10, it bodes well that the new ones would turn out with the following Samsung lead.

One talk has highlighted the Galaxy S11 being known as the Galaxy S20. This originates from a solid leaker, so it could be credible, however we have a couple of reservations.

Samsung Galaxy S11+

Samsung's never demonstrated an abhorrence for high schooler numbers previously, with the Galaxy A11 expected soon, and it's different organizations like Huawei which have hopped from 10 to 20 in telephone names. In addition, enormous number bounces can regularly befuddle clients – the absence of an iPhone 9 demonstrates that.

So we don't expect the Galaxy S11 to be known as the Galaxy S20, yet could be refuted sometime in the future.