Plenty of rumors about Samsung working at the new Galaxy lineup are surfacing quite often. After many rumors, leaks, and reports, the following hot information we have now is about the upcoming phone of the company, Samsung Galaxy S11, and its display. The leak came with pictures with the front panel and the punch hole in it, and the lower edges of the screen.
What we find out from the images that are coming to sustain the rumor, is that the screen will come with the punch hole design for the front side where we have the selfie camera.
Also, the display looks similar to the Galaxy Note 10 with that single camera. Besides this, the display will be an AMOLED screen.
Moreover, looking at the lower half of the display, the future phone will have a narrow bezel, but even more extensive on the sides. The design of the screen remains the same like on the other recent devices of Samsung. This means that the new Samsung Galaxy S11 will have the curved-edge form.
New images of Samsung Galaxy S11 screen leak online
On the other hand, everyone is expecting a new design for the Samsung Galaxy S11+ and maybe a dual-selfie camera this time. The expectations don’t stop here, because a 6.7 inches display could be on the S11 and a 6.9 inches screen on the Samsung Galaxy S11 Plus.
Besides this, the rumors about the network for each model are saying that the Galaxy S11 will come with 4G, while Galaxy S11+ will support the 5G network.
On the hardware department, leaks are saying that Galaxy S11 will have a Snapdragon 865 alongside Exynos 9830. The RAM will be around 12GB, while the battery will have 4.900 mAh and 25W fast charging.
The next Samsung Galaxy S11 line is rumored to be the one with the 108 MP sensors included at the camera segment, and a 48 MP sensor as well. We are discussing only rumors now because we don’t have an official declaration, but we aspect that the release will be in February 2020.
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