Samsung Galaxy S11 new renders reveals Penta camera setup

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Samsung Galaxy S11 which is expected to be launched next year in Feb. The device is currently in rumor mills, from quite some time. Samsung is expected to launch its flagship device in both 4G and 5G variants. In the latest Galaxy S11 leaks in new renders which shows that Samsung’s upcoming flagship device will be packed with a Penta camera setup at the back. On the front side, there is a Punch-hole camera at the top center of the display same as Note 10.

According to the renders, Samsung Galaxy S11 will have volume rockers and power buttons on the right side. There is not any physical Bixby button present on the phone. The screen will measure 6.7-inch and will curve on the sides. At the bottom Galaxy S11 is packed with USB Type-C at the center, Speaker on the right side of USB Type-C and mic on left. According to OnLeaks the phone will be 161.9 x 73.7 x 7.8mm in size (8.9mm including the rear camera bump), features a glass back, and a metal frame.

In previous leaks, Samsung Galaxy S11e will feature a 6.3-inch display, Galaxy S11 and S11 Pro will have 6.7 and 6.9-inch displays, respectively. It is expected that all the variants of Galaxy S11 will feature a Dynamic AMOLED display 120Hz refresh rate.

Also Read: [Download] Samsung Galaxy Note 10/10+ Wallpapers up for grab

Galaxy S11 will be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 Soc which is yet to be launched in December 2019. It is also expected that the phone will be packed with a new 108MP Samsung ISOCELL HMX sensor. Recently the phone is also spotted in CCC certification which confirms the support of 5G and 25W fast charging.

In the coming days, we will get some more leaks related to Galaxy S11. So stay tuned for more leaks and reports.

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