The Samsung Galaxy S10 and the Galaxy Note 10 are two of the best handsets available to purchase right now. After reviewing the Galaxy Note 10, we felt that there was a seismic shift in performance and capabilities in comparison with the Galaxy S10 that launched earlier this year. Now, if you are planning on purchasing either one of these handsets, you should wait a bit more as this article has some exciting information for you.
The latest bit of information comes via Evan Blass of @evleaks and Ice Universe. These renowned smartphone tipsters claim that the highly-anticipated Samsung Galaxy S11 will feature a dramatically different design and have new sizes in comparison with its predecessors.
Blass states Samsung is planning on increasing the overall size of the Galaxy S11 and the screen sizes here will be: 6.4-inches for the Galaxy S11, 6.7-inches for the Galaxy S11+ and 6.9-inches for the 5G version of the Galaxy S11+. This means that the regular Samsung Galaxy S11 will feature the same size screen as the Galaxy S10+. However, he also opines that Samsung may still opt for a traditional 6.2-inch panel.
Blass goes on to mention that Samsung will be launching 5G with all models. Another bit of information he dropped was that all models will feature curved-edge displays and the flat panel on the Galaxy S10e will not be repeated next year. Lastly, he claims that Samsung will launch the handset by mid-February and will definitely be before the end of the month.
Following up this bit of information, Ice Universe has put together renders that is “based on leaked information” and it shows the Galaxy S11 bezels to be even slimmer which indicates the change in handset size will in all probability be negligible. He also states that like the Galaxy Note 10, the punch-hole would be located in the centre and will be smaller. This may disappoint some people who were expected Samsung to fit it under the display.
This may be the only disappointing aspect regarding the Galaxy S11 as it is tipped to come with some incredible features. The big change here will be its camera that has a codename “Hubble” because of its extreme zoom capabilities. There will also be a massive performance upgrade, next-generation memory, a larger in-display fingerprint sensor and much bigger batteries.