Technology Mobiles and Tabs 24 Nov 2019 Samsung Galaxy S11 r ...

Samsung Galaxy S11 render leaks show curved display and 5 sensors

DECCAN CHRONICLE.
Published Nov 24, 2019, 2:21 pm IST
Updated Nov 25, 2019, 12:44 pm IST
The renders capture the front and the back of the unreleased flagship that we dig into below.
From the looks of it, and according to his sources @Onleaks has said that the phone would have dimensions of 161.9 x 73.7 x 7.8mm.
 From the looks of it, and according to his sources @Onleaks has said that the phone would have dimensions of 161.9 x 73.7 x 7.8mm.

Korean tech giant Samsung already has full renders of the Galaxy S11, which we know from a leak by @onleaks for news portal 91Mobiles. The renders capture the front and the back of the unreleased flagship that we dig into below.

The front, stretching 6.63 to 6.7-inches, with thin bezels but also curved edges. These look like they will be comparatively less curved than its predecessor. The punch-hole remains at the centre of the display at the top similar to the design of the Note 10+ of the Note series of phones. From the looks of it, and according to his sources @Onleaks has said that the phone would have dimensions of 161.9 x 73.7 x 7.8mm.

 

At the bottom, it will have a USB-C port with a speaker and a mic flanking it on either side. Moving on to the glass-covered back of the phone it shall be covered by a unique L-shaped camera sensor which has only been seen in Samsung Galaxy phones A51 and A71 renders that have leaked so far. This shall contain 5 sensors, with one speculated to be a 3D ToF sensor accompanied by a laser autofocus module. 

The rest of the back, based on a metal frame, shall wield the ‘Samsung’ branding. 

The phone is slated to release by February next year, with rest of the components of the series. Various other leaks have said that the phone will come with a 108 MP sensor, with up to 120 Hz refresh rate and both 4G and 5G support.

 

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