At this time of year, the smartphone will normally stop working and the rumor will begin goes on cycle for next year flagship picks up speed. Of course, in the first half of 2020, we started to hear things about the Samsung flagship. We now hear much more than rumors about the upcoming Galaxy S11 series of cell phones.
According to the famous Tipster and Venture Beat reporter Evan Blass, the Samsung Galaxy S11 series will again include three phones, however, with much larger displays. At this point, we assume that they are called Galaxy S11e, Galaxy S11 and Galaxy S11 Plus. In a recently released tweet Blass announced that the Galaxy S11 will be available in 6.4 inches. 6.7-inch and 6.9-inch screen sizes. Although he writes that the smallest Galaxy S11 phone will have a 6.4-inch display, he also says his information is contradictory. Currently he knows that the smallest Galaxy S11 could have either a 6.2-inch or a 6.4-inch display.
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The Tipster further reveals that the two smaller phones are both available in 5G and LTE variants, with the largest 6.9-inch phone becoming just one This will increase the total number of variants in the upcoming Galaxy S11 series to five.
Regarding the launch of the so-called Galaxy S11 series, Blass reports a predictable timeline from mid to late February.
Galaxy S Series: Bigger Than Ever
According to Blass, Samsung has significantly increased the display size of its S Series phones compared to S10 phones. The S10's range extends from the S10e to the S10 Plus and includes 5.8-inch, 6.1-inch and 6.4-inch display variants. The Galaxy S10 5G had the largest 6.7-inch display in the series. It looks like Samsung will close the gap between the S and Note flagship lines by 2020.
Blass also notes that all five variants of the Galaxy S11 series will have curved-edge displays, ie no more S10e flat-panel displays.
We are not sure how Samsung wants to use its device strategy in the coming year. A 6.9-inch Galaxy S11 Plus can also be referred to as a touch device. It's even bigger than the 6.8-inch Galaxy Note 10 Plus!
To remember, Blass had previously spread the rumor that Samsung wanted to merge its S and Note series under the new brand name "Galaxy One". , This may be the reason for these increasing screen sizes.
What do you think Samsung should do? Do you think it's time the company merges its S and Note series? Let us know in the comments below.