We are in point of the year when there are a lot of leaks about the Samsung S11 and S11 plus, but which leak will be the real deal.
The first batch of early leaks for the upcoming Galaxy S11 and S11 plus shows that Samsung might be joining Apple and Google in the trend of sticking massive rectangular camera modules on the back of its phones. Says OnLeaks, over at 91Mobiles.
To clear things, these aren’t official Samsung images; they are renders created by OnLeaks based on the current rumors and leaks going around about Samsung’s upcoming flagship.
OnLeaks does have a pretty good record when it comes to their renders, though, correctly showcasing the Galaxy Note 10, iPhone 11, OnePlus 7T Pro, and other phones months before release so even if the eventual Galaxy S11 doesn’t look exactly like this, there’s a good chance it’ll be pretty close.
As with last year’s Galaxy S phones, the Galaxy S11 will come in three sizes: 6.3-inch, 6.7-inch, and 6.9-inch. These OLEDs may support adjustable refresh rates as high as 120Hz.
Samsung will also make 4G and 5G versions of the phones, but some carriers might only offer 5G for the largest “plus” model.
Samsung could announce the Galaxy S11 in February next year (2020). There’s no word on pricing, but it will undoubtedly be very high.
Also, there will be no Bixby button, which won’t upset anyone. However, the headphone jack continues to be absent. You’ll have to make do with Bluetooth or USB-C.
The Galaxy S11 renders says the phone features a larger camera module with a plethora of sensors. There will be at least five cameras of some sort at the back, and they are arranged somewhat haphazardly.
We believe one of the new sensors will be a 108MP standard wide-angle camera, along with ultra-wide-angle and telephoto lenses. One of the sensors is reportedly a time-of-flight 3D sensor.
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