Samsung Galaxy S11 series details appear online

Samsung Galaxy S11 details leak: three screen sizes across five models, including a huge 6.9-inch version

Samsung Galaxy S11 details leak: three screen sizes across five models, including a huge 6.9-inch version

The launch of the next generation of Samsung's S-Series flagship-class devices is still several months away.

Time for more smartphone leaks. As for the front camera, this series should continue to use a punch-hole front camera.

Samsung is reportedly working on a new Galaxy A-series phone with 5G support for the Chinese market.

According to Evan Blass, the Samsung Galaxy S11 phones will come in three sizes, the smallest of which will either be a 6.2-inch or 6.4-inch display. As noted by SamMobile, Samsung always ties the two together so, for example, G970 batteries were in the SM-G97xx Galaxy S10 line-up and G960 batteries were in SM-G96xx Galaxy S9 models.

While there's noting in the app to confirm that the sensor will be found in the Galaxy S11 range, rumours do suggest this is the case, with a 5x optical zoom lens and 108MP primary sensor for regular and wide-angle photos. According to him, the phone will be sold in three versions with different screen sizes.

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Quite a bump over the 5.8-inch Galaxy S10e, the 6.1-inch Galaxy S10, and the 6.4-inch Galaxy S10 Plus then.

Out of the three, the Galaxy S11 and S11e will have separate LTE and 5G models, while the larger model will only come with 5G.

In an additional tweet he made later, Blass went on to add that there is a chance of the Galaxy S11e getting a smaller 6.2-inch panel instead of the 6.4-inch display he had talked about earlier.

This would put the S11 on a par with the Pro Motion displays Apple uses in its iPad Pro line, though Apple's tech is based around LCD panels instead of the OLED displays that Samsung will nearly certainly use on the Galaxy S11.

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