The Samsung S series is expected to see the light as usual in mid-February 2020, and although there are still about 4 months left by then, little by little information is coming out about what we can expect from them. The last to pronounce has been Evan Blass, giving us more clues about differences between the three models That are expected.

After previous leaks and rumors about the cameras and the battery capacity of the supposed Samsung Galaxy S11, now it's the turn of the screens and to some of the differences between the three models that are expected.

Three models, three screens


The Samsung Galaxy S10 was launched with three main variants: Samsung Galaxy S10, Samsung Galaxy S10 + and Samsung Galaxy S10e, with 6.1, 6.4 and 5.8 inches screens respectively. According to the well-known Evan Blass filter, the play would be repeated on the Samsung Galaxy S11, although we would have different diagonals this time.

The names of the models are still unknown, but if we follow the scheme of the current generation, we would have a Samsung Galaxy S11e with a display of 6.2 or 6.4 inches, a Samsung Galaxy S11 with screen 6.7 inches and a Samsung Galaxy S11 + with 6.9 inch. All of them would have curved edges on the screen.

Evan Blass has also given some details about his connectivity. The smaller models (the possible Galaxy S11e and Galaxy S11) would have 4G and 5G versions, while the larger model, the possible Samsung Galaxy S11 +, would have a single 5G version.

Other leaks of the Galaxy S11


The details of the Samsung Galaxy S11 – if they finally end up calling themselves that – remain scarce at the moment, although previously Korean media indicated that would release the 108 MP sensor of the house, with 5x optical zoom, four lenses and a ToF sensor.

Another detail that leaked recently is the supposed capacity of its batteries. Various reports speak of the smaller model, the supposed Samsung Galaxy S11e, would have a 4,000 mAh battery, while the Samsung Galaxy S11 would rise to 4,300 mAh. The capacity of the superior model at the moment is unknown.

Via | Evan Blass