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Samsung's heavily leaked Galaxy S11 makes the Galaxy S10 and Note 10 look outdated. Samsung may have planned an even more exciting smartphone.

From the eagle eyes picked up at Tiger Mobiles (via BGR), Samsung has released a new patent that reveals this work On a radically new smartphone with a frameless design and triple forward facing cameras, these cameras are unlikely to look or function as you expect.

The patent images submitted (below) show the oval orientation Samsung has us It has already been shown that this is not the direction the company is heading, as it is due to the use of a dual-front array in the Galaxy S1

0 Plus Design has taken off from the Galaxy Note 10 (an ex thoughtful phone) to resort to a less obtrusive single lens. An enlargement of the section on three cameras is therefore not possible.

Instead, the answer has been open for some time. Back in November 2018, Samsung Product Marketing Director Hassan Anjum unveiled the "New Infinity" display – a non-led, frameless panel that hides the cameras under the display. At the time he said New Infinity displays are "just around the corner and I can not wait to tell you more."

While the technology missed the launch of the 2019 Galaxy S10 and Note 10, Personally, I would be overwhelmed personally if it would hit the Galaxy S11, but I suspect it will come on the market instead in a concept device or even in the Galaxy Note 11 at the end of the year.

But why would you need triple-forward cameras? You do not do that. You will need the additional face recognition slots . In the year 2019, Samsung broke away from the poor implementation of the technology of earlier devices, but after Apple, OnePlus and soon Google's Pixel 4 had increased the pressure, Samsung had to respond now.

Yes, if this technology makes it into the Galaxy S11, it'll be a game changer, as we already know that the phone has a groundbreaking camera, improved design, bigger performance upgrades, next-generation memory, an oversized fingerprint sensor and an AI contains image processing. It could also contain revolutionary new battery technology.

But I remain skeptical. Maybe Samsung saves it for the controversial new Galaxy One?

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Samsung's heavily leaked Galaxy S11 makes the Galaxy S10 and Note 10 look outdated. Samsung may have planned an even more exciting smartphone.