Samsung Galaxy S11 to come in three screen sizes and five variants overall: Report





The Samsung Galaxy S11 is expected to be available in three sizes – 6.2 or 6.4-inch, 6.7-inch and 6.9-inch.

The smaller two are expected to come in 5G and LTE variants whereas the largest 6.7-inch will be 5G only.

The smartphones are expected to launch in mid to late February.

If information circulating the internet is to be believed, then the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S11 will be available in three screen sizes and five variants overall. Known leakster Evan Blass has tweeted highlighting the screen size and some features of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S11 flagship smartphone. In his tweet, he says that the Galaxy S11 will be available in three screen sizes – 6.4 or 6.2-inch being the smallest one, 6.4-inch being the mid-sized one and 6.7-inch being the largest one. He goes on to say that the two small variants of the smartphone will come in 5G and LTE variants whereas the largest 6.7-inch variant will be 5G only. He goes on to say that all the variants will have a curved glass design, and we expect a Galaxy S10e like flat panel on the smartphone. As far as launch is concerned, the smartphones are traditionally shown off around MWC, and the tweet highlights that the smartphone will be unveiled mid-to-late February.

Interestingly, Samsung going all out with 5G smartphones only. This is probably because the company expects the 5G rollout to be gradual enough to warrant the demand for 4G only phones. Also, 4G variants of the device will be cheaper than 5G variants.

Other rumors about the S11 family of smartphones hints that the device will have a tall 20: 9 aspect ratio. With the S10 series, smartphones shifted to a punch hole camera design and there is no word whether this will be the design moving forward with the S11 family of devices. Samsung has also filed a patent with the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO) called "Space Zoom". The patent is described as lossless zoom and it is quite likely that the S11 will attempt to do what the Pixel 4 is being known for – astrophotography.

The patent describes it as the ability to zoom in on a subject without losing quality. It sounds like what Huawei has been doing with the P30 Pro or Oppo with the Reno 10X Zoom. The former even claimed that you can take shots of the moon using the mode. Samsung could have figured out a way to implement periscope telephoto zoom lens. It could also just be a way of applying digital zoom in tandem with image stacking to take zoomed shots without a big drop in quality. Other leaks suggest that the Galaxy S11 family of devices will use a new 108MP sensor. You can read more about it here .

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