Samsung Galaxy S11+ Renders Hits Web Revealing Key Details


Just a few days ago, 3D renders of the Samsung Galaxy S11 and the Galaxy S11e leaked online. Now, the most expensive mobile of the S11 series -- the Samsung Galaxy S11+ CAD-based 3D renders have been leaked online, revealing what Samsung has to offer with its next flagship smartphone.


Samsung Galaxy S11+ Design And Specifications

The power button and volume buttons are on the right, whereas the USB Type-C port, main speaker, and the secondary microphone are on the bottom portion. Just like the Galaxy Note 10 series, the Galaxy S10 series does ditch the 3.5mm headphone jack. There is no indication of the physical fingerprint sensor and the device is likely to include an in-display fingerprint sensor (optical or ultrasonic).

The Samsung Galaxy S11+ will house a 6.9-inch curved AMOLED display, possibly with a variable 120Hz refresh rate. This is the first Samsung smartphone that offers a screen that runs at more than 60Hz, which should result in smooth animations and transitions across the UI. The display also has a punch-hole cutout and is likely to offer QHD+ resolution with minimal bezel.

The back of the phone has a large squarish camera cutout that has a Penta-camera setup. Besides the telephoto, wide-angle, ultra-wide angle, and a 3D ToF lens, the Galaxy S11+ is expected to have a laser auto-focus sensor as well. On top of that, this will be the first Samsung smartphone to feature the Samsung ISOCELL Bright HMX sensor, which is a 108MP camera with a 1/33-inch sensor size.

Though we do not have a complete picture of the specifications aspect of the device, the Galaxy S11+ is likely to be based on either the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 or the Exynos 990 SoC with at least 8GB RAM and 128GB onboard storage. The smartphone is expected to offer up to 12GB RAM and 512GB onboard storage based on UFS 3.0 technology.

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