A leak from Evan Blass (or @evleaks on Twitter) mentions that the Samsung Galaxy S11 will come in three sizes and a total of five variants. This is months early and should be taken with a grain of salt with the S-Series flagships from the South Korean phone maker expected to be released in mid-to-late February 2020.
The three sizes aren’t too new for the company. We’ve seen it before and can expect roughly the same for the Samsung Galaxy S11. The smallest, most probably the S11e, will reportedly have either a 6.2-inch or a 6.4-inch display. Next is the S11 which is said to pack a 6.7-inch panel. Last, but definitely not the least, is the S11+ which is expected to be the biggest at 6.9-inches.
While we’re on the topic of the display of the S11 phones, it is also mentioned that all five variants will sport curved-edge screens, pretty sad for those that enjoyed the more traditional flat panel that the S10e featured.
According to Evan Blass, the two smaller variants will have an LTE and 5G variant, while the largest one will only have a 5G option. This means that the entire Samsung Galaxy S11 family will have five variants across three sizes.
The next Samsung flagship phones are expected to include a 108MP main camera sensor along with 5x zoom periscope lens. It is also expected to have either an Exynos 9830 or a Qualcomm Snapdragon 865, depending, of course, on the market.