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New speculations and renders emerge of upcoming Samsung Galaxy S11

So we finally get to see some full-fledged renders of the forthcoming Samsung Galaxy S11, thanks to @OnLeaks and @91Mobiles for the early look on the handset. It is expected that Samsung will introduce their 2020 model S in the standard S11, S11e in both 4G and 5G variants, while the S11 Plus or S11Pro is supposedly coming in a 5G option only. But here, the newly leaked images of the smartphone tells us a different story from what we have been anticipating for with the upcoming Samsung flagship.

Unlike the current front runner from the South Korean electronics giant, the front facing punch hole camera seems to have repositioned to the top-center of the display from the corner like their existing Samsung Galaxy Note 10. The bezels on the top and bottom also seems to have been more slimmer than the Galaxy S10. Also from the back, the camera setup has moved to the top-left from the top-middle and now looks more like the latest Apple iPhone 11 and phones from Samsung's Galaxy line-up like the A51, A71, M30s, etc.

Revealing more design aspects of the Samsung Galaxy S11, the phone seems to be missing out on the dedicated headphone jack, resulting in connecting our earphones to the phone with an adapter through the USB type-C charging port. From the sides we can see the volume rockers and the power button has been given on the right side of the phone. On the bottom, apart from the USB type-C port we can spot speakers grills and microphone hole on either sides. According to the reports of @OnLeaks, the handset will be measured at 161.9 x 73.7 x 7.8mm in size (8.9mm including the camera bump on the rear side) and will attribute a glass back with a metal frame construction on the sides.

Now talking about some rumored and alleged specs of the impending Samsung phone, we hope to see the Galaxy S11 in three different screen sizes. The standard Galaxy S11 could arrive with 6.7" Dynamic AMOLED Quad High Definition+ display and the S11e to sport a smaller 6.4" screen, while the Galaxy S11 Pro may ship with 6.9" displays. The phone's screen will also spare room for the punch hole front facing camera that offers HDR10+ support and an ultrasonic in-display fingerprint scanner. We have also heard rumors suggesting that the Galaxy S11 series of smartphones to have a screen refresh rate of 120Hz. S11 is then expected to rock a Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 SoC or Samsung's Exynos 990 chipset (depending upon the countries) running on Android's latest version 10 based One UI 2.0. From the camera department you can watch out for newer 108MP primary camera.

That's all we got for you now, but we expect to see more and all the reality from Samsung with their live event sometime soon in February, 2020.
Source: 91mobiles (Twitter)91mobiles