A few Samsung Galaxy S11 renders have surfaced, revealing a series of changes over the Galaxy S10 series in the camera and display departments.
Before the release of the Note 10, many rumors claimed that the device would sport a repositioned punch-hole notch. Now, according to the recently leaked renders, it seems that Samsung decided to move the punch-hole on the Galaxy S11 to a central position.
The render also reveals that the display of Samsung’s next flagship returns to the curvy style introduced with the Samsung Galaxy S8. We see softer corners and almost zero side bezels. This design differentiates the S11 from the Note models. In addition, recent OneUI 2.0 information reveals a 120Hz refresh rate on the AMOLED panel.
Even more, it seems that the power and volume buttons are located on the right, meaning the Bixby button might be ditched.
On the rear side, we see that the camera setup received a makeover. The renders show the cameras moved to the upper left position, similar to the Note 10. However, the camera arrangement appears more rectangular, hinting at more lenses. The main camera is expected to be a 108 MP sensor. Furthermore, rumors suggest 5x optical zoom, Deep Fusion-like post-processing technology, 8K video recording, enhanced Night Mode, and more.
The Samsung Galaxy S11 is expected to be available in three sizes. The S11e will probably have a 6.3 or 6.4-inch display, while the S11 and S11+ will have 6.7-inches and 6.9-inches displays, respectively.
When it comes to hardware, the speculated internals will include the Snapdragon 865 chipset or the Exynos 990. The Galaxy S11 lineup is expected to feature Android 10 with OneUI 2.0.