Samsung Galaxy S11e Renders Surfaced Showing Its Design In Full Glory
Karamchand Rameshwar - Nov 29, 2019
It seems like the Galaxy S11e will carry quite a few changes and improvements over its predecessor Galaxy S10e.
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These renders are not official and only offer an idea of the upcoming Galaxy S11e’s design. On the front, you can see a center-aligned punch hole that houses a selfie camera. At the back, the successor to the Galaxy S10e will come with one more camera compared to its predecessor. The third one might be a telephoto sensor. In addition, instead of having a flat screen like the Galaxy S10e, it will feature a slightly curved display.
On the right spine, you can see a volume rocker and a power button. There is no fingerprint reader at the back and the power button seems to be just a button, no fingerprint sensor embedded. Therefore, we believe that it should carry an in-display one instead.
Just like its siblings, the Galaxy S11e will likely make its debut on 11 February, with a display with either 6.2 or 6.3 inches in size. The battery capacity might increase from 3,100mAh on the S10e to 4,000mAh on this one.
Being a Samsung flagship, it should be powered by an Exynos 990 or a Snapdragon 865, paired with 6 / 8GB RAM and 128 / 256GB of internal storage.
The dimensions of the Galaxy S11e are 151.7x184.108.40.206 mm, which is quite compact. It has the same height as the Galaxy Note 10, but a much narrower body. Its camera specs are still under wraps, but there is a good chance that the company might pack its new 108MP sensor on the S11e. The other two sensors might be ultra-wide and telephoto ones.
Separately, the South Korean phone maker is reportedly planning to announce a more affordable version of the Galaxy Note 10 called Note 10 Lite. The handset has just been spotted on Geekbench with an Exynos 9810 SoC and Android 10.