Samsung Note 10’s sales are stronger than the Note 9 even though the firm’s decision to ax the headphone jack was slammed by many. As it is with Samsung, February might bring the 11th generation flagships of the S series, which rumors suggest could see heavy camera upgrades. New leaks reveal the design of the upcoming phone and new camera setup.
Renowned leakster @OnLeaks has revealed some images that showcase what the Galaxy S11 could look like. Although it’s just a leak, it corroborates with a few leaks that have been doing the rounds. For starters, the S11 will have a penta-camera structure housed within a rectangular camera module, carrying forward the hideous design language of the Pixel 4 and the iPhone 11 Pro.
The renders show the phone in 360 angles with various photos also reveals the sad fact that Samsung is done for good with the 3.5mm audio jack. The Note 10 series was just a warm-up. Apart from the Penta-camera setup and the absence of the headphone jack, the S11 sports a centered-hole punch display, akin to the Note 10 series.
This means that Samsung will continue the hole-punch design language for one more year before a new overhaul. If you remember, the S5 faced severe backlash for its plasticky design so the S6 devices were introduced with the glass-on-glass sandwich design that rules the market now. The Galaxy S8 series then went to bring the “Infinity Display” design which was last seen on the Galaxy Note 9.
Samsung is one of the topmost manufacturers in this world. Its Galaxy S series and Note series are preferred by many, while its Galaxy Fold is the first commercial foldable phone that is in stores now. Although hordes of people prefer their products out of brand loyalty, Samsung still needs to improve its camera and the overall user experience.