As for the front camera, this series should continue to use a punch-hole front camera. However, it appears that Samsung is preparing something truly radical with the Galaxy S11 and it will deliver a serious beat-down to all these aforementioned handsets.
According to a report by SamMobile, Samsung is developing a 5G smartphone for China that will carry the model number - SM-A7160 - however, the branding of the phone remains unconfirmed and it may finally be released as Samsung Galaxy A71 5G in the country.
Another important use of the Galaxy S11's extra energy could be support for 5G. Anyway, this upcoming Super Zoom feature is not the reason why you are reading this article now.
Still, considering the biggest knock against the Pixel 4 is its mediocre battery, it's nice to see Samsung possibly going hard at increasing the Galaxy S11's energy capacity.
We're starting to hear more and more about what we can expect from the Samsung Galaxy S11 flagship phones, supposedly launching in February, and over the weekend a couple of new details have come to light. According to him, the phone will be sold in three versions with different screen sizes. The current-generation Galaxy S10e is the smallest at 5.8-inches, and has a Full HD+ Flat Dynamic AMOLED display. There will also be 5G and LTE versions of a 6.7-inch Galaxy S11, while the largest model will measure 6.9-inches and will only be available as 5G model.
This would put the S11 on a par with the Pro Motion displays Apple uses in its iPad Pro line, though Apple's tech is based around LCD panels instead of the OLED displays that Samsung will nearly certainly use on the Galaxy S11.