Leaks about the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S11 continue, and now we have a new set of renderings based on the rumors and leaks. The Galaxy S11 renderings feature a full-screen device with a punch-hole display.
Galaxy S11 renderings tweeted
Ice universe tweeted the first Galaxy S11 rendering, emphasizing that it shouldn’t be taken seriously and is just from his imagination based on leaked information.
This is the Galaxy S11 rendering I made, based on the leaked information, don’t take it seriously, it’s just my imaginary. pic.twitter.com/CunwipElFP
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— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) November 11, 2019
Ben Geskin responded to Ice universe’s tweet with another set of Galaxy S11 renderings which includes all three expected models.
Samsung Galaxy S11 lineup based on leaks
Galaxy S11e (6.4-inch) | S11 (6.7-inch) | S11+ (6.9-inch) pic.twitter.com/geQbk6Ob38
— Ben Geskin (@BenGeskin) November 10, 2019
The latest rumors
Samsung is expected to reveal the Galaxy S11 in February, and the rumor mill has been churning out stories more and more often of late. Some of the most recent rumors have revolved around the 108-megpixel camera sensor the device is expected to have. Samsung could even use a second-generation version of the 108-megapixel sensor it revealed earlier this year.
XDA Developers even uncovered evidence of this sensor in the Camera app in the third One UI 2.0 beta for the Galaxy S10. The Camera app reportedly includes support for 108-megapixel resolution, which adds further backing to the rumor we’ve been hearing for much of this year. The tech site notes that Samsung hasn’t previously added support for a particular resolution unless it was actually working on shipping it in a device in the near future.
Samsung has also reportedly trademarked a new type of display technology it calls a SAMOLED display. Let’s Go Digital spotted trademark filings for the SAMOLED display with the Korean Intellectual Property Office and the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. The filing includes this description of the technology: “OLED display; smartphone display; monitor; television screen; digital signage; computer screen.”
Also on the display front, we’ve been hearing that Samsung could give the Galaxy S11 a 120 Hz refresh rate, which would make the device an excellent gaming phone.