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Samsung Galaxy S11 “Final” Design Eliminates All Bezels

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Samsung Galaxy S11 "Final" Design Eliminates All Bezels

Samsung will be releasing its Galaxy S11 series next year and leaks have already started pouring out. Previous leaks have suggested supersized batteries, massive in-display fingerprint reader and a 108MP sensor. But the latest leak confirms what will catch everyone’s attention first: style.

The leak is published by notable tipster Ice Universe who revealed that the “final version” of the Galaxy S11 display after obtaining a cover use as a reference for accessory makers to make screen protectors. It shows that the upcoming phone essentially has no bezels at all. We can say it does justify the codename Picasso, the famous and revolutionary painter.

The images, however, confirm the “final version” of the Galaxy S11 will have a punch hole for the camera. It is placed at the center and the size of the camera module itself has been shrunk to take up lesser space. Though it might be kind of a distraction, they avoid the delicate motor mechanism for the pop-up cameras that are used by several rivals.

In additional to its non-existent bezel look, the Galaxy S11 will incorporate a butter-smooth 120Hz display along with a supersized fingerprint sensor. It will sport an eye-popping 108MP camera with 5X zoom. The batteries will be supersized as 5G will be standard. The Galaxy S11 will be backed by a 4,500 mAh battery while the Galaxy S11+ will get a 5,000 mAh one. The only downside in the phone seems to be the lack of the headphone jack.

There are also other rumors to look out for like next-gen memory. As for the launch date the South Korean manufacturer didn’t specify any launch timeline but this year the Galaxy S11 series is expected to launch early in February. Just keep an eye out for the inferior Exynos 990 version that will be sold in Europe and Asia.

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