Just days after Samsung Galaxy S11 official-looking renders were published, coming from the same source, he is following it up with the S11e — the least expensive model of the S11 series. The device veers away from the flat panel of the S10e for a more premium look, like the Galaxy S10 and S10+. As for the rest, it’s looking a lot like the S11.
An Early Look of Samsung Galaxy S11e
Clad in blue, the smaller flagship model takes the hallmark color of Samsung. The back reveals nothing but the logo and the triple camera setup that’s located on the top-left corner, in a rectangular shape. That said, we should see all three common focal lengths — wide, ultrawide, and telephoto. With no capacitive fingerprint scanner to use, it’s safe to assume that the device is getting the under-screen scanner treatment.
Upfront reveals that centered pinhole display for the selfie camera. As you may have noticed, the glass panel is now curved to the sides. Some people might like it, some probably won’t, but it’s the inevitable future of flagship phones. For the buttons, both power and volume rocker are located on the right side. Down at the bottom, you’ll find the USB-C port and a speaker grille. This means that the audio jack is nowhere to be found on the S11e.
While you can expect the phone to sport flagship features, it’s highly unlikely to use the long-teased 108MP Samsung sensor that’s going to debut on the S11. However, it’s good to know that the meager 3100mAh battery of the S10e is said to be bigger for the S11e.