Samsung Galaxy S11 Release Date And News Leak

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December 16, 2019

Mobile Musings

Samsung Galaxy S11 Release Date And News Leak

If Samsung sticks to its standard release cycle, we should see the Samsung Galaxy S11 released sometime in February 2020.

Based on some leaks from the inside, it sounds like we can expect the following features from the S11:

  • Price point: probably north of $899
  • Potential release date: February 18th
  • Form Factor: 161.9 x 73.7 x 7.8mm
  • Screen size: between 6.63 and 6.9 inches
  • Camera: 48, 64, or 108MP
  • Chipset: possibly new Snapdragon 865
  • Memory: 12GB DRAM
  • Battery: 5,000mAh

If these specs are close to accurate, then the S11 will be one of the best smartphones to hit the market. Samsung is aiming at Apple, continuing the Android – Apple war.


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Industry Market Watch

Phase One China Deal Will Repeal Some Tariffs

Phase One of a trade deal reached between the US and China will reportedly repeal tariffs imposed on Chinese made goods such as phones, laptops, gaming consoles, and monitors.

The move means that consumers won’t have to pay 10% more on most of the tech they purchase.

The agreement comes after two years of escalating trade tensions between the US and China.

With the beginnings of a new deal in place, American consumers could look forward to price drops on a lot of manufactured goods and electronics.


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Gadgets & Gizmos

Microsoft Unveils New Xbox Series X

On Friday, Microsoft unveiled its next-generation gaming console system, the Xbox Series X .

The Series X boasts the following specs:

  • CPU: 8-core targeting around 3.5 GHz.GPU:
  • Xbox Series X GPU and custom processor.
  • Memory: 12 TFLOPS.RAM: 13 GB for games, 3 GB for operating system (16 GB total).
  • Storage: Custom non-volatile memory express solid-state storage (NVMe SSD)

Microsoft expects Series X to be released for the 2020 holiday season.

You can watch the official release video below:

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AI Stocks To Watch And Buy

Artificial Intelligence is a complicated but growing part of the tech sector.

As competition grows, so does the profit potential for investors.

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(NFLX), Facebook (
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AI is a fast-growing industry that is impacting nearly every facete of the tech sector. Netflix uses it to help determine viewing habits, Facebooks integrates it into its massive advertising system, and even payment systems are starting to implement it.

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Technology Homecoming

More Consumers Shopping Via Voice Assistants

Consumers in the US are becoming more comfortable with shopping via voice assistants such as Siri, Google Assistant, Alexa, etc. So much so, that the trend is starting to catch up to traditional keyboard and smartphone use.

Tech insiders point out that smart assistants are becoming more conversational and intelligent, better able to help users in their searches, planning, and task managment.

The low barrier to entry (you can get a smart speaker for less than $100) and the increased convenience of voice commands mean that intelligent voice assistants will continue to play a significant role in home automation and shopping.


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