Samsung Galaxy S11 Mega-Leak Reveals Five Models With 5G Support
Samsung has almost designed the next high-end Galaxy S11 which is to be launched by 2020. According to Evan Blass, we came across the very first details on Samsung Galaxy S11 with filtered images.
Earlier this year, Samsung decided to present three Galaxy S10 models with 4G and 5G support. And also planning to launch them by 2020. But, Samsung Galaxy S11 is a large model that is likely to replace the Galaxy S10 + and Galaxy S10 5G. By default, S11 supports 5G. The other specifications are yet to be known. However, a 108-megapixel sensor is an almost certain presence. Here are some rumors we gathered.
This Time Bigger In Size
At the screen level, the S11+ model will have a 6.9-inch curved panel which is bigger than the S10+ model. The device has a screen refresh rate of 120Hz. The second high-end Galaxy S11 is on its way to replacing the current Galaxy S10 with a bigger screen(6.7 inches).
If Samsung keeps its ‘e’ mark next year, the smaller, cheaper Galaxy S11 should be available as the Galaxy S11e. It will replace the Galaxy S10e 2019 and will be positioned as a direct competitor to Apple’s iPhone 11. Also, all the threes models of S11 range comes with curved screens
Pretty sure, Evan Blass also revealed the official launch date of Samsung Galaxy S11. Most probably, its Tuesday, February 18, at the time of MWC 2020. He also suggests that the South Korean giant may abandon 4G LTE versions in markets where 5G networks are already in operation.