The Galaxy S11 series is expected to go official in February in the coming year. Some reports have revealed that Samsung may reposition the punch-hole on the display of the Galaxy S11. Freshly baked renders of the Galaxy S11 have been revealed by 91mobiles in partnership with reliable tipster @OnLeaks. The renders show that the phone will be indeed feature a repositioned punch-hole on its display.
The Galaxy Note 10 is Samsung’s first phone to feature a top-center positioned punch-hole cutout on its display. The S11 renders reveal that it will be sporting the same display design as the Note 10. The curvature of the display appears to be less than that of the predecessor S10 phone. The phone has 161.9 x 73.7 x 7.8mm dimensions and its thickness reaches to 8.9mm at the camera bump.
The rear shell of the phone has a rectangular-shaped camera system that was first seen on the Galaxy M30s phone. It includes four cameras, an LED flash and a laser autofocus like module. The phone is expected to feature 108-megapixel lens as its primary sensor. The left edge of the phone is barren, but its right side has a volume controller and a power key. The bottom side of the device has a microphone, a USB-C port and an external speaker. No details on the specs of the phone were revealed along with its renders. Rumors have it that the S11 series will have phones like the Galaxy S11, Galaxy S11+ and Galaxy S11e like the predecessor Galaxy S10 series.