The Samsung Galaxy S11 could arrive in these colors

The Samsung Galaxy S11 could arrive in these colors
Will the Galaxy Note 10's Aura Glow color be recreated next year?

The Galaxy S11 series is around five months away but that isn’t stopping any leaks from happening. Today, a new report courtesy of SamMobile reveals the list of colors Samsung is currently looking at for its 2020 flagship lineup.

Some familiar color options are planned


The Galaxy S10 line can be purchased in Prism White, Prism Black, Prism Green, Prism Blue, Canary Yellow, and Flamingo Pink. Samsung’s Galaxy Note 10 series, on the other hand, is available to buy in the snazzy Aura Glow finish and the more typical Aura Black, Aura White, Aura Blue, Aura Pink, and Aura Red colors.

It’s unclear at this stage what marketing names Samsung has up its sleeves for the Galaxy S11’s colors but it seems as though the South Korean giant will be retaining at least a few of the finishes mentioned above. Specifically, SamMobile has heard from its sources that the company is currently working on black, white, blue, and pink versions of the Galaxy S11 series.

Because the Galaxy S11 is still at a relatively early stage in the development process, Samsung could still choose to scrap or delay any of the variants mentioned above ahead of release. The upside, however, is that this also means there’s time to select new finishes such as an Aura Glow-like one.

Expect a wide range of storage options at launch


In addition to a handful of different colors, reports suggest the Galaxy S11 series will be available to purchase in a variety of storage options that cater towards all consumers.
Unlike the Galaxy Note 10 lineup which ships with 256GB of internal storage as standard, the Galaxy S11 might stick to the same 128GB base configuration available with this year’s Galaxy S10 lineup in a bid to keep entry-level pricing lower. If consumers want more storage, models with 256GB, 512GB, and even 1TB should be available at launch.

Once again, the early stage of development means there’s no guarantee Samsung will release all of the options mentioned above. The Seoul-based company was previously planning 128GB and 1TB Galaxy Note 10 variants but chose to scrap them at the last minute. Therefore, it wouldn’t be surprising to see the company repeat the same process with next year’s devices. Also, on a related note, it’s possible the higher storage counts will be limited to the Galaxy S11 and Galaxy S11+. 

The amount of RAM that’ll accompany the storage hasn’t yet been determined but increases do seem likely. This means the Galaxy S11e may ship with 8GB rather than 6GB while the Galaxy S11 and S11+ models may opt for 12GB as standard.

Samsung Galaxy S11 series announcement and release date


Samsung has typically announced Galaxy S flagships at MWC in Barcelona which takes place annually in late February. This year, however, the company decided to go it alone by holding its own event just a few days before. If the company continues with this strategy next year, it's possible the Galaxy S11 series will arrive on Wednesday, February 19. Otherwise, it'll probably return to the MWC-focused strategy by introducing the phones on Sunday, February 23.

Pre-orders for the Galaxy S11, Galaxy S11+, and Galaxy S11e will probably commence immediately after Samsung's Unpacked event ends and precede shipments a couple of weeks later on Friday, March 7. Pricing details haven't yet been confirmed but the Galaxy S10 models retail at $749.99, $899.99, and $999.99 respectively and it's possible Samsung will retain the same price points for another twelve months.

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5 Comments

1. Pcworld1976

Posts: 155; Member since: Sep 18, 2018

well take your prize

2. BLUEBLASTER

Posts: 930; Member since: Feb 23, 2014

Yeah but it's still a pain some markets don't get all the colors.

3. AlienKiss

Posts: 154; Member since: May 21, 2019

If I'd be Samsung, I'd make an app so that clients could customize their future phone and then order it (if they want). Criterias: - color/s, gradients, even transparent or semi-transparent would be cool - patterns or images (under the glass) - textures (based on the material used: glass, plastic, ceramic, metal, rubber) - LEDs on the back (for the younger people) - specs (internal memory, sd card y/n) - accessories (bumpers, covers, full cases etc) At least that way it would be easier to justify for a higher price tag. Of course you can make some "default" units as well for those who don't really care about the looks or specs. I'd pay some extra to customize my phone that way. What do you guys think?

5. Alcyone

Posts: 386; Member since: May 10, 2018

Motorola tried something very similar a few years back. Moto maker is what it was called, I'm sure others also remember. Not as in depth, but did allow quite a bit a customization. Was pretty cool to see that a phone could be made a million different ways, literally.

4. gadgetpower

Posts: 155; Member since: Aug 23, 2019

Why don’t they make Bixby button to change color of their phones.

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