The Galaxy S11 might look a lot like the Note 10, insider claims
The Galaxy S10 was Samsung’s first flagship to make use of Infinity-O hole-punch screens, but not everybody liked the asymmetric display. The circular or pill-shaped display cutout sat near the top-right corner of the phone, rather than in the middle, housing up to two cameras and a depth sensor, depending on the model. Samsung then came out with the Galaxy Note 10 in early August, utilizing a similar display. Only this time around, the hole-punch selfie camera is placed in the middle of the display, and only houses a single camera.
The Galaxy S 10’ s hole-punch display turned things around for Samsung. An insider claimed recently that Samsung won’t make any huge changes to the According to different tweets from Ice Universe, the Galaxy S 11 won’t have a waterfall screen like the Mate 30 Pro. Waterfall displays are curved at
Galaxy S 11 design and sizes: A 'perfect' full-screen display ? While it ' s hinted that the S 11 will have a big step up in its camera technology by Twitter leaker Ice Universe, we can't be Instead, Samsung might opt for a standardized branding in the next Galaxy phones and get away from the numbered
Samsung built its mobile success on copying the iPhone in the early years, and whatever Apple does still influences Samsung’s decisions. But if there’s one iPhone trick that Samsung couldn’t replicate successfully so far, that’s recycling last year’s phone design. Apple used to launch a new iPhone design every couple of years, but that trend stopped with the iPhone 6, a design that Apple kept in place for three more years, for the iPhone 6s, 7, and 8 series. The iPhone X design was then used for all 2018 and 2019 devices, and the company is expected to drop a new iPhone design next year. Samsung’s Galaxy S9, meanwhile, was almost a Galaxy S8 replica that sported better specs and camera features. But the phone didn’t sell as well as expected. The Galaxy S10’s hole-punch display turned things around for Samsung. An insider claimed recently that Samsung won’t make any huge changes to the Galaxy S11 next year. However, the phone is still expected to deliver a display feature not available on any other Galaxy model to date.
Galaxy S11+ renders show off one of the craziest cameras we’ve ever seen on a phone
After leaking renders for the Galaxy S11 and Galaxy S11e over the weekend, @OnLeaks completed the collection on Tuesday by sharing renders of the Galaxy S11+ with CashKaro. While we don't know what the company has planned for the 5G models of these new phones, we now have a pretty good idea of what Samsung is going to change on its next-gen devices, and what will stick around from this year's models. The overall design is, unsurprisingly, similar to what we saw from the Galaxy S11 and Galaxy S11e renders. The selfie camera has moved to the center, where Samsung has kept the Infinity-O display with its hole-punch cutout.
“The Galaxy S 11 series does not use a waterfall screen design , but the bezel is narrower than Note After all, we know that Samsung has been experimenting with different flexible display designs that Perhaps it means nothing, but LetsGoDigital speculates that this may be the technology that we will
Galaxy S 11 Design to Not Feature ‘Waterfall Display ’ but It ’ll Still Have a Futuristic Look, Claims Tipster. The apparent decision might disappoint some fans. After all, waterfall displays look quite stunning. To bring you up to speed, a waterfall screen curves around the edges of the phone and
According to different tweets from Ice Universe,like the Mate 30 Pro. Waterfall displays are curved at the edges, just like the screens Samsung introduced many years ago, but those curvatures are more extreme, going almost all the way to the back of the handset. The design minimizes side bezels, and can help handset vendors remove physical buttons from the sides of the phone — Samsung is working that would feature a variation of this screen typology.
The same Ice said recently that the Galaxy S11 hole-punch camera might be placed centrally, like on the Note 10, rather than on the side. The camera opening might be even smaller, however. But, overall, the Galaxy S11 would look a lot like a 2019 Samsung flagship phone.
Galaxy A91 leaked renders show off the future of Samsung’s smartphone design
Samsung leaks have been popping up so frequently lately that they have been tough to keep up with, but when there are this many products in the pipeline, leaks are inevitable. Since late November alone, we've seen purported renders of the Galaxy S11, Galaxy S11+, and Galaxy S11e, giving us an early glimpse into Samsung's vision of the future. But another phone that could launch even earlier than those smartphones may have a shockingly similar design, and on Tuesday, leaker Steve Hemmerstoffer teamed up with 91mobiles to share its renders.© Provided by BGR Galaxy-A91 The phone you see pictured at the top of this page and in the video below is said to be the Galaxy A91.
And it might be for the best that the Samsung Galaxy S 11 doesn’t have such a screen, as while it would be sure to look good, it may also increase Plus, having that much display on the edge might make the phone more fragile. Of course, this is still just a rumor for now, so we can’t be certain that
It ’ s impossible to do this 100% of the time with phones that have in- display fingerprint readers. Sure, you might get lucky sometimes and place your thumb in the correct spot, but overall it slows you down despite how cool it is to have a fingerprint sensor that doesn’t take up any room on the front of your
This brings us to his latest tweet, which references one of the potential Galaxy S11 signature features:
This isn’t the first time the leaker claimed next-gen Samsung phones will ship with higher refresh rate screens. Considering that rivals OnePlus and Google launched non-gaming Android flagships this year with 90Hz display, it makes sense for Samsung to at least match them. After all, Samsung still is the undisputed king of the smartphone OLED market, and it probably wants to make sure its 2020 flagships rock the best possible display tech available. The fact that iPhone 12 is also rumored to ship with a 120Hz screen might be an extra motivation for Samsung.
While it’s unclear whether Samsung will go for 120Hz screens, it sure looks like, in a worst-case scenario, the Galaxy S11 will have a 90Hz display, which is still a notable upgrade over the S10 and Note 10 phones.
Smartphone vendors started making gaming handsets a couple of years ago, and popularized smartphone display with high refresh rates. These gaming devices featured 90Hz or 120Hz screens rather than the 60Hz screens found on regular handsets. But it’s not just games that can benefit from higher refresh rates. The overall smartphone can be improved by a smoother, more responsive display, which explains why OnePlus and Google adopted 90Hz screens this year.
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The latest Galaxy S11 leak is more important than you might think .
It’s the holiday season, which means the next-gen Galaxy S phone is the most talked-about unreleased smartphone, just as it was the case for several of its predecessors. Samsung’s new flagship series is coming in mid-February, as usual, and many details about the various Galaxy S11 phones that Samsung will make have already leaked, design included. Samsung is expected to make as many as five Galaxy S11 versions, but all of them will have the same hole-punch display with curved edges and slim top and bottom bezels.