Samsung Galaxy S11 Leaked Renders Reveal Design In Full Glory


Samsung Galaxy S11 is the upcoming flagship series making rounds over the web. The South Korean giant is expected to bring the Galaxy S11, Galaxy S11+, and the Galaxy S11e next year. The standard Galaxy S11 has been suggested a couple of times via leaks. Now, the renders of the handset have surfaced online, giving an insight into the key design elements. Details are as follows:

Samsung Galaxy S11 Leaked Renders Reveal Design In Full Glory


Samsung Galaxy S11 Renders Leak

The Samsung Galaxy S11 leaked renders comes via the courtesy of 91Mobiles in association with @Onleaks. The renders indicate a design similar to the recently launched Galaxy Note 10 series.

The device is said to feature a display between 6.3-inches and 6.7-inches with curved edges. The curves on the edges of the display are less than the Galaxy S10 series, and so are the bezels (both at the top and the chin). The punch-hole is repositioned at the center-top of the front panel.

At the rear, the device is seen sporting a new L-shaped camera which was suggested by some leaks earlier as well. It is expected to be a penta-lens camera module. While the sensors are unknown, the device is said to offer 8K@30fps video recording. The Samsung logo is inscribed at the center of the rear panel.

Coming to the ports and keys placement, the right panel of the Galaxy S11 will house the volume rockers and the power key. The keys seem to be protruding a bit; likely for easy usability. The left panel seems barren.

The USB Type-C port is placed at the bottom along with the speaker grille and a mic. The device is said to come with 161.9 x 73.7 x 7.8 mm dimensions and offer a glass back and a metal frame design. These leaked renders indicate a fresh design that looks good and should grab the attention of users.

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