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Samsung Galaxy S11 Early Look – 120Hz, Penta-Camera, Pinhole Display


While we expect Samsung’s next flagship lineup to be released around March 2020, @OnLeaks has provided us yet again another early look of the Galaxy S11. He further said that the series will be comprised of S11e, S11 with 4G and 5G models, and S11+ with 5G as a standard.

Samsung Galaxy S11 Official-Looking Renders Revealed

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The Galaxy S11 will introduce two notable changes in design — the centered pinhole selfie camera that was seen first on the Galaxy Note 10 and the huge rectangular shaped camera module on the back. From two selfie cameras of the S10+, the S11 may be left with one sensor — eliminating the secondary depth sensor. As for the main cameras, there will be five sensors. Aside from the main, telephoto, and ultrawide options, expect the ToF sensor to make a comeback. However, the last sensor remains to be seen, but given how popular macro sensors are today, there’s a slight chance for it to arrive. All five will be placed in a vertical, rectangular module that was first seen on the leaked Galaxy A51 and A71.

Spec-wise, the main shooter is expected to use a massive 108MP Samsung sensor that’s even better than the ones we’ve seen from the Xiaomi Mi Note 10. There’s no word yet of battery capacity but we do know that 120Hz refresh rate is one of the most anticipated features of the Galaxy S11. Other features include Dynamic AMOLED QHD+ and Snapdragon 865/Exynos 990. We typically Samsung release the S series around March but rumors state that it could launch as early as February.

READ: Samsung Exynos 990 Announced: 7nm, 5G, LPDDR5, 108MP, and 8K Video

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