As usual, the models will have special variants for different markets and, it seems, both should have a face recognition system.
The possibility was discussed by Max Weinbach after he found codes in the Face Service application that indicate the presence of such a feature for the Galaxy S11 and its variants.
Another (exclusive) S11 leak (?). In the Face Service app, Samsung has started to work on the UX_Picasso. Essentially, the UX for the S11. In reality, it doesn't say much about anything besides Samsung is actively working on facial recognition. pic.twitter.com/FNFrK158iu
– Max Weinbach (@MaxWinebach) October 28, 2019
Winebach emphasizes that this does not mean that models will support 3D face recognition, meaning we may be talking about a more basic solution. The fact is, Sammy is actively working on facial recognition.
The Galaxy S11 is expected to hit the market as a pioneer in supporting LPDDR5 memory as well as bringing UFS 3.0 flash storage. The laptop is currently being tested in Samsug's labs, and if the company employs the same strategy this year, the US and Chinese versions will use the SD865 while the European and Korean Exynos 9830.
Supported versions of 5G networks are also expected. The Galaxy S11 series is due to be made official in February 2020, with the handsets possibly winning a commercial launch in mid-March.