After the news that the design of the Samsung Galaxy S11 is already finished, it is normal for rumors to intensify. Now we have the reputable Even Blass revealing a little more than expected from South Korea's next tops.
In short, this reputable source says that by 2020 we will have five variants of this high-end. In addition, Samsung will adopt larger screens thanks to its new ratio.
Samsung Galaxy S11 + will be the biggest of all and only compatible with 5G
The most powerful of all the Samsung Galaxy S10 was the S10 5G, with a 6.75 inch screen and four cameras at its rear. By 2020, according to Evan Blass, Samsung will channel this paradigm into the Galaxy S11 +, though we are still unsure how many cameras it will bring.
However, Blass said the Samsung Galaxy S11 + will feature a huge 6.9-inch curved screen, even better than the Galaxy Note 10+. This increase in inches is due to the adoption of a tighter ratio.
Compatibility with 5G networks will also be a reality on the Samsung Galaxy S11 +. It should be noted that this should be the only variant of the smartphone, which means it will be the most expensive in the family.
Samsung Galaxy S11 will remain the most balanced proposal
Then we have the Samsung Galaxy S11 which, like this year, will be the most balanced model in the family. For this, South Korea will develop two variants, one compatible with 4G networks and the other with 5G.
Regarding its screen, Evan Blass says it will be 6.7 inches, but thanks to its new ratio it will be physically between the Galaxy S10 + and Galaxy S10 5G. Still, it should be too big for users who value one-handed use.
Possible Galaxy S11e will say goodbye to non-curvature displays
The Galaxy S10e is the only one of these tops that Samsung offers without a curved screen on the sides, but this should end next year. It seems that your successor (Galaxy S11e) will adopt a curved screen. Its diagonal will be 6.2 or 6.4 inches.
Similar to what will happen with the Galaxy S11, also this cheaper version should have variants with 4G or 5G. All to give consumers more choice at a time when 5G networks are not yet the norm.
It should be noted that all information is rumored and that although coming from a reliable source should be read with caution. We are about three months from the announcement of the Galaxy S11 and still much will be said and denied about them.
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