From the past few days, we have been seeing renders of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S series smartphones. Today, we have renders of Galaxy S11 Plus, along with Galaxy S11e (successor to the Galaxy S10e), which surfaced online a few days ago.
Samsung Galaxy S11 Plus And Galaxy S11e Renders
The surfaced Galaxy S11 Plus reveals key details of the upcoming flagship. According to the renders, Samsung Galaxy S11 Plus comes with a 6.9-inch QHD+ curved Dynamic AMOLED display. While the Galaxy S11e will measure between 6.2-inches and 6.3-inches, diagonally.
Coming to other aspects, the renders show that the Galaxy S11 Plus will sport a combination of the Penta-cameras with dedicated laster autofocus that is yet unknown, but some rumors suggest that it could be 108MP 1/1.33-inch ISOCELL Bright HMX image sensor and one of them could be a ToF sensor as well.
On the other hand, the renders of Galaxy S11e show a vertical-placed camera module with three sensors with a flash. The sensors are yet unknown. What we know is that the Galaxy S11 Plus will feature a centered-punch hole camera.
Apart from those cameras, the absence of a physical fingerprint sensor on both devices suggests that Samsung will include an ultrasonic sensor for authentication purposes. Speaking of button placement, both the devices have the power button and volume buttons are said to be at the left edge, and speakers to the bottom edge with no 3.5mm audio jack.
Furthermore, Galaxy S11 Plus is said to measure 166.9 x 76 x 8.8 mm in size with 10.2 mm around the rear camera bump. While, the Galaxy S11e will be quite sleek too at 7.9mm, though it increases to 9.1mm if the camera bump is included.
All aside, the processor, memory, storage, and battery details of Galaxy S11 Plus are not known yet. However, Galaxy S11e is rumored to have the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 or the Exynos 990 chipset, coupled with 6GB RAM (we might see a higher-end variant too) and paired with 128GB/256GB UFS 3.0 storage.
Samsung is expected to unveil the Galaxy S11 series at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) in February 2020. Like always, we should know more information in the coming days.
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