And now, thanks to reputed leaker Evan Blass, we have some information about the design and display of the upcoming handsets that will succeed the Galaxy S10e, S10, and S10+ models.
Samsung Galaxy S11 models to feature upto 6.9-inch screens
According to details shared by Blass, the upcoming Samsung flagship will be offered in three new screen sizes.
The low-cost Galaxy S11e will come with a 6.2-inch or 6.4-inch screen while the more premium S11 and S11+ will sport 6.7-inch and 6.9-inch displays, respectively.
In comparison, the S10e, S10, and S10+ offer 5.8-inch, 6.1-inch, and 6.4-inch screens, respectively.
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All Galaxy S11 models will offer curved edge displays
Further, Blass claims that all the upcoming S11 models will feature curved-edge displays, a design that was previously exclusive to the premium S10 models only. Hence, we can also expect the S11e to come with a curved screen instead of a flat panel we saw on S10e.
Separately, all the models should offer IP68-rated build quality with metallic frames and glass bodies.
Samsung S11 series will include three 5G handsets
According to Blass, the 6.2/6.4-inch and 6.7-inch S11 models will be offered in both 5G and LTE variants. However, the 6.9-inch S11 variant will only be offered with 5G support.
This implies, Samsung is expected to launch five handsets in the S11 line-up and three of them will support the next-generation network.
Samsung to launch S11 series sometime in February
Blass has also claimed that Samsung will follow the traditional launch cycle for its S11 series and we could see the new handsets sometime around mid-to-late February. To recall, the Galaxy S10 series was announced on February 20.