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Samsung Galaxy S11 Design Leaked In New Renders

Samsung is not stopping in its path of conquering the smartphone market. The company is preparing another flagship from the S series, the Samsung Galaxy S11. Next year will come with a lot of hot deals, devices, and software from a lot of companies.

The South Korean company is preparing the new S series so that we could see Samsung Galaxy S11, Samsung Galaxy S11+, and Samsung Galaxy S11e. Because the Samsung Galaxy S11 was the target of the leaks and rumors, we have a lot of renders from designers for the phone.

How does Samsung Galaxy S11 Will look?

The renders are created based on the leaks and rumors about the three models of the Samsung Galaxy S11 (S11, S11e, and S11+). All of them will come in different sizes and a variation of networking, from 4G to 5G. OnLeaks and 91mobiles created the renders.

First of all, the hole-punch of the next S11 is now in the center of the display (just like on the Galaxy Note 10 series). Second of all, we will have smaller bezels up on both sides of the phone, and a tiny earpiece in the display.

Moreover, based on the renders, the phone will have a curved display with a size between 6.63 inches and 6.7 inches. Moving on with the details, the power and volume buttons are situated on the right edge of the phone.

Galaxy S11 will boast USB-C, a 108-mp primary camera, and latest chipsets

On the bottom, the phone has the USB-C port in the middle — the speakers on the right side, and the microphone on the left side. About the total size of the phone, we will have 161.9×73.7×7.8mm, with a combination of a metal frame and a glass on the back.

Finally, in the camera department, we know that we will have three primary cameras and a 3DToF sensor with an LED flash. The primary camera will sport 108 megapixels, a 5x optical zoom, a single Take Photo camera, Depp Fusion technology, 8K video recording, and Night Hyperlapse, plus Vertical Panoramas.

The processor could be a Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 SoC or an Exynos 990 SoC, alongside an Android 10, and maybe next year in February, we can put our hands on the new Samsung Galaxy S11 series.



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