Although the Galaxy S11 series won’t be launched until next year there are few rumors sprouted around it.
Firstly, Samsung has already confirmed that is working on developing a full-screen display with no pop-out camera, no notch and no punch hole. The plan is to launch this new design on the Galaxy S11, Galaxy S11+, and Galaxy S11e.
However, a report issued by Chinese-language Sina is claiming that this less likely to happen. Its statement is based on Samsung’s current rate of progress and doubts that the in-screen cameras will be ready for next in line flagship phones.
Nevertheless, Samsung said that without a doubt there are upgrades designed for the upcoming Galaxy S11. These include reducing the camera punch hole cut out and shifting it towards the center of the screen.
Another point Sina’s report referred to the manufacturing of 5-nanometer processors as part of Galaxy S11 series. As per Samsung’s official timeline this will be ready only next year. This could mean that next-gen Exynos 9830 set could be used for Galaxy S11. As there are still many months until the release, a final decision regarding the high-end processor is yet to be taken and many things can change.
Nonetheless, main focus of Samsung now is on the Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10 Pro supposed to be launched in August, this year. These devices are expected to come with a redesigned rear vertically-aligned camera positioned in the top-left corner.
As per recent leaks, both models will have a similar camera hardware with Galaxy S10. This will include a 12 MP variable aperture camera with a 12 MP 2x telephoto zoom camera and a 16 MP ultra-wide-angle sensor.
It is also said that it will include Android 9 Pie and a 4,300mAh battery for Galaxy Note 10 and a 4,500mAh battery for Galaxy Note Pro along with fast charging and 5G variants.
Ernestina Saenz Salcido is a reporter for News Lair. She mostly writes on her free time about gadgets and tech news. When she’s not working she takes care of her 2 daughters.