Just recently, Samsung’s next flagship phone for the year 2020, the Galaxy S11 was leaked with renders. Now, renders of the upcoming budget flagship successor to the Galaxy S10e, the Galaxy S11e has surfaced online.
The major changes to the front design are the camera punch hole shifting to the centre top of the screen and a curved front display instead of the flat display like on the S10e. This will bring the screens on par with the more premium S11 and S11+. The device will measure roughly measure 151.7 x 69.1mm.
OnLeaks has reported that Samsung Galaxy S11e’s display will measure between 6.2-inches and 6.3-inches diagonally with other standard Samsung design choices like a USB Type-C socket, a primary microphone and a speaker grill, the right spine housing the power switch and volume rocker. As expected, no 3.5mm headphone jack.
The rear of the phone shows much larger changes to the design. There is a vertical-placed camera module with three sensors with a flash, one more than the dual sensors from the S10e. S11e will be quite sleek too at 7.9mm, though it increases to 9.1mm if the camera bump is included. The absence of a physical fingerprint sensor anywhere on the device suggests that Samsung will include an ultrasonic sensor for authentication purposes.
The device is rumoured to have the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 or the Exynos 990 chipset, depending upon the region. The RAM capacity is rumoured to be 6GB, though we might see a higher-end variant too. Depending upon the RAM version, Samsung could offer 128GB and 256GB UFS 3.0 storage with the phone.