Samsung is expected to launch the Galaxy S11 series in February, which means there are still more than three months. There is enough time to get a lot of rumors and reports, in the hope of what we can get from Samsung’s next-generation flagship devices. Samsung is expected to launch three models in the Galaxy S11 series, and this week’s famous tip will provide them with some insights about its screen size and how much it supports 5G.
Tipster Evan Blass posted some preliminary details about the Samsung Galaxy S11 series on Twitter. He revealed that there will be three screen sizes. If we follow the naming scheme of the Galaxy S10 series, it indicates that the Galaxy S11e will be equipped with a 6.2-inch or 6.4-inch display, while the Galaxy S11 will provide a 6.7-inch display. The Galaxy S11 Plus model will naturally provide the largest display with a size of 6.9 inches.
Blass added that this time, all models of Galaxy S11 will be equipped with curved displays. This means that unlike the flat AMOLED screen on the Galaxy S10e, the Galaxy S11e will have a curved panel. Therefore, Samsung not only increased the screen size of the Galaxy S11e from 5.8 inches to 6.4 inches, but also curved the display to make the phone look more similar to the S11 and S11 Plus.
Galaxy S10e is praised for its compact design, which makes it stand out in the series. However, if the Galaxy S11e is equipped with a larger screen and body, we want to know how Samsung differentiates the phone from the Galaxy S11 and S11 Plus. With the larger display of the Galaxy S11, rumors about a larger 3,900mAh battery built into the phone now become more reasonable.
The prompter added that only two of the three Galaxy S11 models will have both 5G and LTE variants. Blass has not disclosed the exact details, but we assume that one of them is the Galaxy S11 Plus. Since these are early leaks, it is best to think about it before the salt becomes clear.
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